One-to-One Tutorials

Please note: The tutorial service is now fully booked up to the end of term, 14th December. To check for any cancellations, please visit our new booking page.

Please note: these slots become available on a rolling basis, exactly two weeks in advance of the scheduled appointment time. If no slots are currently available, please do check back at a later time.

We also hold a regular drop-in session from 2:00 - 5:00 on Tuesday afternoons for which you do not need an appointment. These are held on the First Floor West of the Mile End Library, usually in Room 5 and occasionally in Rooms 2 or 3. The last drop-in of the autumn term will be held on Tuesday, 11th December.

Before booking, please make sure you have read and agree to our Learning Agreement.

Click here to book a One-to-One tutorial.


  • Please remember that you can only book one tutorial at a time. After your first tutorial, you will be able to book a second one.

  • If your tutorial is about writing, you will need to e-mail your work to us the day before your tutorial.

Tutorials by Skype

If you live far away from Queen Mary and are unable to come to campus, you can have a one-to-one tutorial by Skype. Just specify your Skype details and your reason for requesting a remote tutorial in the 'Further details' field on the booking form.

Any other questions?

Click on the link FAQs  or read them in the side menu.

What do our former students say?

Find out here what students have said about their experiences of one-to-one tutorials.       

Other Resources

Self-Access Rources

Our Self-Access Resources page has quick guides to, among other things, writing for assessment, using sources effectively and preparing for exams, as well as a link to Cite Them Right Online. 


The Study Skills Collection is housed in the Teaching Collection on the ground floor of the Mile End Library. It covers subjects such as general study skills, exam skills, public speaking/presentations, research and theses/dissertations, reading and writing skills, English language. The collection also includes a bibliotherapy section containing self-help books set up in conjunction with the Queen Mary Advice and Counselling Service. You can link to a selection of these books by clicking here on the Library catalogue.