St Mary's boasts modern, well-resourced teaching and learning facilities and a flexible course structure that lets you shape your degree as your interests develop.
Recent results show that more than 58% of our students achieve 2:1 or First Class Honours, reflecting the high quality of the teaching, resources and support we offer.
Subject librarians work closely with academic schools to ensure the Learning Resources Centre (LRC) has appropriate materials to support your studies. Staff are approachable and supportive.
PCs throughout the University College offer email, internet access, Microsoft Office and Windows. Alongside PCs, a number of Macs are available in the open access suites. PCs in the teaching environment have a range of software including desk-top publishing, information handling, graphical and statistical analysis.
Independent learning materials to support learning skills are available alongside staffed learning support sessions providing one-to-one guidance.
The staff-student ratio at St Mary’s is excellent and you will benefit from tutors who will get to know you as an individual. You will be assigned an academic tutor, who is often the first person to turn to with any academic or personal issues. Your tutor will be able to refer you to appropriate specialist help if you need it.