Study Well



A big warm Students' Union welcome to our Study Well campaign, an initiative to support you, help you take a break and improve your wellbeing during your studies here at Queen Mary. We know that studying can be a huge source of stress for students, whether that’s lectures, coursework, revision, exams, or any other form of academic activity. That’s why we’re bringing Study Well to you, to provide workshops, relaxation, activities, deals, giveaways, study tips, and more!

This year we’ve given Study Well an increased presence throughout the academic year to maximise its benefit for all students, such as those assessed purely by coursework without exams, those with assessments outside of the traditional exam periods, and students whose courses run later into the summer such as postgraduate students and SMD students. We're now approaching the final semester for most of you, where the number of assessment deadlines and exams increase, so we're increasing our Study Well activities to support you and help you take a break.

Despite the Covid-19 pandemic meaning less face-to-face Study Well events than normal, we’ve worked hard to create new online opportunities that will benefit our students and really help you to Study Well! Also keep an eye on our social media @qmsu for new features each day. Thanks to the university staff, Students’ Union staff, and student representatives who have all contributed to make Study Well what it is, and thank you to the university for their support with funding.

Make sure you look after yourselves and each other – and be sure to get in touch if you need anything, don’t be a stranger!

Take care, Jack


Study Well Features

The importance of routine

As part of Study Well, MBBS Medicine student and Circadian Editor in Chief Harris Nageswaran, discusses the importance of routine

 
Study Well Sessions: Aleksandra Olszewska

Aleksandra, Volunteering Officer, talks to us about her Study Well tips including her favourite podcasts, playlists and recipes!

 
Study Well Sessions: Yassar Malik

Yassar, Gozo Representative, tells us about his top study tips, favourite study playlists and recipes and where he likes to study!

 
 

Upcoming events

Get Active Pop-Up
13th April 2pm - 4pm
Library Square
On-Campus | Free Events | Study Well | Sport
Gardening Drop-in Session
14th April 11am - 2pm
Mile End Campus Allotments (Behind Village Shop)
Alcohol Free | Study Well | On-Campus | Wellbeing
see all events

Study Well Resources

Tower Hamlets Talking Therapies is offering the opportunity to engage with a recorded webinar looking at anxiety and stress. This webinar aims to raise awareness of the common causes and symptoms of anxiety as well as strategies to manage these symptoms .We will then be looking at the link between anxiety and stress and top tips to manage stress. To get access, you must be a resident or have a GP in Tower Hamlets and complete the form to receive the link.

Hear some of our course reps talking about their experiences of studying remotely during Covid-19 and the different strategies and attitudes that have helped them with useful study tips and strategies from three perspectives:

Check out our downloadable Bingo cards and see how many things you can cross off! Tag us in your completed cards on social media!

Be Kind To Your Mind

With the ongoing Covid-19 pandemic and restrictions on normal life it’s more important than ever to take steps to boost your mindfulness. Mindfulness can positively change the way you feel about challenges, such as assessments. We’ve added helpful tips, podcasts of free mindfulness classes and things you can get involved in. Click here to find out more.

Contact your VP Welfare

Jack Juckes