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PASS – Peer Assisted Study Support

PASS is a subject-based mentoring scheme, run for first-year students by higher-year undergraduates.

Second and third year students run the PASS scheme as student mentors (voluntary) and student organisers (paid). They run sessions to discuss study-related problems with first year students in a friendly, informal setting.  Students who work on PASS gain extensive experience in organisation, events management, publicity and most of all clear and tailored communication.  

Hours:

Each school or department runs their mentoring sessions differently and to different schedules. There are currently fourteen schools across QMUL with a PASS scheme. Mentors can give as much or as little time as they have. More commitment is required from student organisers as they deal with paperwork and planning. 

Open to:

Open to second and third year undergraduates at QMUL whose school offer the scheme. 

Apply:

Full information about the scheme and the roles can be found on the PASS web-page

If you are interested in becoming a mentor or student organiser, please contact Fathea Khanum, the Peer Mentoring and Transition Coordinator on F.khanum@qmul.ac.uk  

Deadline:

We are currently recruiting new Student Organisers and mentors for the 2017/18 academic year. Decisions will be made by the end of the summer after which all mentors must attend compulsory training at the start of the academic year.
Placement: Paid / Voluntary Location: On campus
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