Greene's Academic Support Programme

Guiding, mentoring: educating

The Academic Support Programme provides comprehensive and systematic help for students studying elsewhere, and wishing for guidance with their supplementary tuition.

 “I would also like to thank you for your wonderful support during what was a very stressful time for me – I got into my first choice of university as well!” -  A Greene’s student

Designed for the student taking supplementary tuition, with the Greene’s Academic Support Programme, you do not study alone. You have your own Personal Tutor to support and encourage you; someone who understands the importance of navigating you through the difficulties of managing time, maintaining motivation and creating a practical study plan.

A successful course at Greene’s, whether supplementary or full-time, encompasses more than a set number of individual tutorials. Full-time students with Greene’s automatically benefit from the advantages of the programme, however if you come to us for supplementary tuition, additional support with school work, or simply help with an extra subject your school cannot provide, you may feel you need that essential co-ordination and guidance.

If so, our Academic Support Programme offers you a number of advantages only available to our full-time students, the most significant of which is the support and guidance of a Personal Tutor.

Your Personal Tutor is essential to the success of your Academic Support Programme, and works alongside you throughout the course, ensuring effective communication with your academic tutor, and helping you to develop the essential skills of an independent learner, and the confidence to achieve a greater level of success at university.

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A teacher who is attempting to teach without inspiring the pupil with a desire to learn is hammering on a cold iron.

Horace Mann, (1796 – 1859), politician and education reformer