Academic English Tutorials

These tutorials will start from the week beginning November 4th

These are one- to- one tutorials with an iASK tutor to try and answer any academic query that you may have. For example, you might want to ask about how to approach an assignment, how to summarise an article or how to prepare a presentation. This is NOT a class, and students will be seen for an allocated amount of time, which is usually twenty minutes.

To book a 20m tutorial follow this link to the iASK pages of student central.

  • log in with your University of Brighton username and password
  • click on the campus where you want to have your tutorial
  • in the top right hand corner click on ‘edit wiki’
  • add your name to the booking form and click ‘submit’
  • if you would like the tutor to look at a piece of written work, or a presentation, email it the the relevant tutor with as much notice as possible.

Remember: only book one week in advance and only book one 20m slot

Full details on:

iASK pages of student central.


Got a question or want to make a booking? Email

I have had such a positive experience with my work since joining this service. There was flexibility to attend the 1-1 sessions and the tutoring was friendly and encouraging. I felt supported even through external circumstances which could have affected my performance. Previously it was quite challenging to write, but the feedback has been very clear and helpful. My writing skills have improved overtime and I now feel more confident when presenting my work for marking.

Through the support received I have expectations for better results and a successful career. I will recommend these programmes for students who wish to experience this difference.

Thank you.


Rose, BSc Podiatry

The services provided by iASK were really useful for the preparation of my assessments. In particular, one to one tutorials helped me to understand how to organize my ideas and how to correctly structure my essays.


Sports and Service Management undergraduate

TThe one on one tutorial is always accessible. It encourages me to set the deadline of the assessments in advance. Although the tutors might not come from the same department as the students, the advice is practical and useful for different assessments.

Personally, I appreciate and enjoy the services. Highly recommended.


Chia Yu Chiang, Post graduate student from the School of Sport and Service Management