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Graduate Study Sessions

Throughout the semester, a great asset at your disposal are the study sessions held every third or fourth Sunday afternoon. These are Resident Tutorsorganised by the Dean of Studies, with the help of the resident tutors.

The determined, collaborative (and often caffeine-fuelled) atmosphere assists graduate students with meeting assignment deadlines – and provide grads with a quiet study space to work.

After dinner on these nights the grads congregate in the senior common room for a catch up and study break, after a productive afternoon.

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