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What is FITZ+?

In a nutshell, FITZ+ is a new initiative, started this academic year, to help you get more from Fitz. 

Study. Life. Careers.

The programme of talks, workshops and conversations are designed to support both undergraduate and postgraduate students, whatever stage you're at, and whatever you want to do. We will work through core skills, offer targeted support in areas identified as particularly useful each term, and create a space in which students can ask for what they need.

Each Michaelmas starts with a set of taster events (open to all students, compulsory for Freshers), designed to introduce you to the programme and show you how different types of session work. Taster events focus on core skills, vital to all students, whatever your academic background. Sessions last Michaelmas included:

  • How to get the most out of your PhD supervisions
  • Making criticism feel good: how to get the most out of supervisions
  • Do you want to be a postgraduate?
  • Quick guide to the Careers Service
  • How to write an essay
  • How do I get a paid internship? And why would I want one?


Lent Termcard

This term, events programmed are:

Thursday 25th January, Upper Hall, 5-6pm

Study: Introduction to Referencing and Reference Management Systems

Monday 29th January, Gordon Cameron Lecture Theatre 2–3.30pm

Study: Revision Workshop: Part One: How to Take Notes Effectively (booking required)

Monday 5th February, Gordon Cameron, 5-6pm

Career: BBC Apprenticeship Program

Thursday 8th February, Gordon Cameron, 6-7pm

PG Study: Demystifying the Thesis Submission Process (open to all Hills college PGs)

Tuesday 13th February, Gordon Cameron, 5-6pm

Life: International Students at Fitz

Thursday 29th February, 5-6pm, Auditorium or GC:

Life: Everything you should to know about improving sleep

Tuesday 5th March, Gordon Cameron, 2-3.30pm:

Study: Part 2: Revision Workshop: Top Tips for Successful Revision (booking required)

Wednesday 6th March, 2.30-4.30pm CV clinic, 5-6pm Careers session

Careers: CV Clinic (booking required) and career’s session tbc

Saturday 9th March, time tbc

Careers: Not-for-Profit sector - how to make it work

Tuesday 12 March, Gordon Cameron, 6-7pm

PG Study: Writing Abstracts for Conferences and Journals workshop (open to all Hills College PGs)


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