Download the Tuition Bulletin (revised 12 July 2021) to see details of the tutorials for the session leading to the September 2021 exams.
We think it is very unlikely that we will be able to offer any face-to-face courses this session and so all the Regular Tutorials offered here are Live Online. We will continue to monitor the situation and release further courses later in the year.
Demand for tutorials can vary a lot from session to session but even more so this year given the exceptional circumstances. We expect that we will need to vary the timetable significantly to match the demand for courses. Therefore, please try to choose a first, second and third choice, where possible. This will enable us to carry out the finalisation process more efficiently and maximise the chance that you are allocated a suitable place. We strongly recommend that you commit to a subject early and start studying in October. There will only be a finite number of tutorial places available in the New Year and we cannot always guarantee everyone a place.
We are offering the option of half-day tutorials in many subjects this session. Each standard full day will be split into two half days, usually around a week apart. If you choose half days then please read the required material before each pair of half days.
Places on all courses are allocated on a first-come first-served basis and many courses become fully booked very quickly. You can still apply for tutorials after the finalisation date, but you should be aware that some courses are likely to be full by this stage.
The key dates are given below but please refer to the provisional timetable to check the finalisation dates of the courses you are interested in.
|17 May 2021||Finalisation for most tutorials starting in June|
|20 June 2021||Finalisation for most tutorials starting in July|
|11 July 2021||Finalisation for most tutorials starting in early August|
|1 August 2021||Finalisation for most tutorials starting in late August and September|
Read about the tutorial application process.
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