One-on-one study consultations

Get help with finding information sources for your assignments, referencing, academic writing, study techniques, and English, maths and science skills.

A team of RMIT academic skills advisors and librarians can help you either in-person or online. We look forward to assisting you, however we are unable to proofread or edit your assignments.

Study Support Hubs

Meet us at the Study Support Hub at the Swanston, Bundoora and Brunswick Libraries, as well as online.

2024 dates:
  • Open Semester 1: Monday 26 February – Friday 21 June 2024
  • Open Semester 2: Monday 22 July – Friday 15 November 2024
Times and locations:
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Submit a question

Send us your questions on:

  • finding books, articles and other information sources for your assignments
  • referencing
  • maths and science
  • getting started with your assignments
  • academic writing and English.

You can also send us assignment drafts for feedback. Where relevant, please include your course code and assignment instructions or rubric so that we can best assist you with your query. We will respond within one business day. 

Log in with your RMIT ID and password.

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Learn about one-on-one study support

The one-on-one consultations service provides study help from RMIT expert academic skills advisors and librarians. Get professional assistance with finding and evaluating information, assignment writing, academic English, study skills, referencing, maths, science and more.

We can help you with:

Writing Skills Advisors can help you with:

  • assignment planning and structure
  • academic writing, referencing and online resources
  • general study skills (e.g. time management, reading strategies and note-taking)
  • preparing for online assessments
  • and more!

Academic Skills Advisors cannot proofread or edit your assignments.

Val, RMIT’s official, free-to-use generative AI tool, help you with suggestions on grammar and tone, taking on the role of an editorial assistant and giving you suggestions on how to improve your writing.

Academic Skills Advisors can help you to:

  • develop high level skills across maths and science e.g. statistics, chemistry and more
  • develop essential mathematical skills and understand mathematical processes
  • understand coursework
  • prepare for assessment tasks.

Librarians can help you with:

  • finding, evaluating and organising information
  • searching for and identifying the best information sources for assessments
  • understanding referencing requirements and using referencing tools like EndNote.

Academic Skills Advisors can help you with:

The one-on-one study consultation service is provided for free to RMIT students by the RMIT University Library.

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