Category Archives: Peer Support

Related to the Peer Support we offer.

FamiLing Cafe Tour

Are you new to Edinburgh, want to meet new people, or just like cafes? Come along to our Cafe Tour of Edinburgh!

Meet us outside Teviot at 11AM, we will be holding the FamiLing banner! We will then go for a walk around Edinburgh, stopping at some cafes on the way! Highlights will include: Elephant House, Elephants and Bagels and Black Medicine! We will also give a quick tour of the campus and a walk to the castle and Royal Mile to help any exchange students get their bearings.

This is a free event, but please bring along some money if you would like to buy any drinks or snacks.

 

 

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LangSoc Study Session

Hello all!

Now into our third week, the work is probably starting to pile up. There’s probably been mention of essays already, or for those of you in second year, the looming spectre of group projects!

If there’s anything you want to meet up and discuss with fellow students in an informal environment, anything you’re unclear on or just want to clarify, then come along to our study session this Friday.

It will be held in Room 6.11 of David Hume Tower from 14:00 to 17:00. This will be the first of many, but the time and venue going forward has yet to be decided, so this is a one-off for now.

There will be students from pre-honours, honours and possibly postgraduate level on hand to help with any queries you have, so don’t be afraid to ask!

We hope to see you there!

Revision Session

Monday 09 May | 17:00 – 20:00 | Room 2, the Chaplaincy Centre

The exams are approaching, so come along to our revision session to get some more revision done, get answers to your questions or just help others.

If you’ve got another related exam (English Word-Formation, Psycholinguistics, Historical Linguistics, Speech Synthesis, Second Language Acquisition… ), feel free to come along as well to revise with others who’ve got the same exam. You can also sign up to our forum (http://langsoc.eusa.ed.ac.uk/forum/index.php?board=8.0) and start a thread for your course to see if anyone else is interested in studying with you (or respond to one of the threads already there).