Your Personal Tutor & You

personaltutorimageFor those of you starting a new taught postgraduate degree programme this month, you will probably soon be meeting or have already met your personal tutor for the first time in the last week or so. 

Your personal tutor should be the first person at the College that you speak to if you are having any personal difficulties that are affecting your work. These could be academic, financial, health-related or any other type of problem.

If you are interested to know more about what you can expect from your personal tutor and their role in providing pastoral care and academic support, you may want to read the ‘Guide to Being a Personal Tutor’ which covers the keys aspects of the tutor/tutee relationship and can be downloaded as a pdf via the King’ Policy Zone:

 http://www.kcl.ac.uk/college/policyzone/assets/files/teaching/Personal_Tutoring_Guide.pdf