WHAT IS PASS?

Peer Assisted Study Sessions (PASS) is a student-led initiative where issues relating to course material and student life can be discussed in a friendly, informal environment with peers and trained student facilitators.

These sessions provide an opportunity to make new friends whilst studying in a small group environment with around 10-15 students and two student leaders. It’s a safe place to ask questions and improve your confidence in your studies.

PASS runs in 29 countries and more than 1500 institutions worldwide; in other universities regular attendees of PASS have shown better knowledge and understanding of course material and have improved their grades by 10 – 20%, that’s up to a full grade boundary!

PASS currently runs across ten Schools at the University of Brighton, including:

  • Pharmacy and Biomolecular Sciences (PABS);
  • Education;
  • Sport and Service Management (SASM);
  • Brighton Business School (BBS);
  • Humanities;
  • Health Sciences;
  • Environment and Technology (SET);
  • Computing, Engineering and Mathematics (CEM);
  • University of Brighton International College (UBIC)
  • Architecture and Design.
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