PASS, or Peer Assisted Study Support, is an accredited peer learning programme run for students, by students. PASS aims to help undergraduate students build academic competency through small group discussion and study.
PASS provides a relaxed, confidential and safe space to practice your content in the presence of your peers. Sessions are run by higher year students (Mentors), who are trained to facilitate effective sessions and help you learn best. PASS Mentors are trained to not give you the answers but to facilitate help guide you to find your own answers; helping to develop the processes and associated study skills required to succeed in your studies. Sessions are run weekly throughout semester and are available both in person and online (timetables vary per school).
‘It was one of the best program for me since it helped me a lot to sort out the problems I was currently facing academically and personally. I wish to be the part of this program again next year’ - PASS mentee, 2021/22
'PASS helped me to make a friend which was really helpful for first term. Also, I was really confused by topics at first so attending PASS helped me to recap and be more confident for tests' - PASS mentee, 2021/22
‘I didn’t think it would’ve been as helpful as it was until I showed up’ – PASS mentee, 2021/22
‘It is a hidden gem of the QMUL experience’ - PASS mentee, 2021/22
PASS is available in 15 schools and departments. Each scheme has different session times. You can connect into PASS in a number of ways:1. Sign up to your QMPlus PASS Page (Search PASS in QMPLUS to find your school or check your UG school landing page).
2. Keep an eye out for emails from your PASS Student Organiser.
3. Email email@example.com to be sent a copy of your school’s timetable.
If you would like any further information, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.