PASS offers free, weekly, out-of-class study sessions to all undergraduate and postgraduate students enrolled in a targeted course. They're facilitated by a leader (or leaders) who are students who have previously and successfully completed the course. Please see the course list below for the availability of courses.
Attending PASS regularly can help you to:
PASS sessions begin in week 3. Timetables for the PASS groups are handed out at lectures in the first two weeks of session and/or are made available on the course Moodle websites. There’s no need to register.
We recommend that you attend the same group regularly but there is no obligation. You can even attend more than one PASS group a week in a subject if you like. You can also choose to attend some weeks but not others.
PASS leaders are mainly 2nd and 3rd-year students who:
Leaders are trained by the PASS academic coordinators and the PASS coordinator. They’re supported and supervised by the academic coordinator and attend weekly team meetings. Leaders are paid for participating in training, conducting PASS sessions, and attending weekly meetings.
Advertisements will appear on the School websites in October and announcements will be made in your classes. PASS leader applications need to include:
Successful applicants undergo training in late February of each year. Applications to be a PASS leader for Actuarial Studies and Commerce (ACTL1001) in session 2 open in April.