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College of Law & Management Studies, Teaching & Learning Unit

Do you need help with essay/assignment writing? The Westville Campus Writing Place assists students from the College of Law & Management Studies (1st year – 3rd year) with academic writing skills through an emphasis on essay/assignment structure & understanding of academic writing conventions. Our trained postgraduate tutors will work through a draft of your essay with you to help you with understanding the essay question & constructing a coherent argument. Tutors will also provide suggestions on how structure & grammar can be improved. Correct referencing techniques & the consequences of plagiarism are also explained.

Where:  Tutors located on the lower ground floor, J Block, J012 – Writing Place Drop In Centre

When:  Hours of operation during the semester are 08:00–17:00 (Monday-Friday, EXCLUDING mid-semester vacation)

How:  Undergraduate students (1st – 3rd year) from the College should come in to the Writing Place to make a booking with one of our tutors for at least 4 days before an essay/assignment is due. Then take a typed, complete draft of the essay, the essay question, course guide & lecture notes to your appointment. If you have made a group booking then all group members must attend the appointment and the essay/assignment draft must be compiled with all group members’ sections included as one coherent document. For postgraduate bookings & further information please contact Ms Serrenta Naidoo on Naidoos2@ukzn.ac.za or call 031 260 2121 during office hours Mon-Fri 10:00-16:00.  

The Writing Place – “Well researched, well written, well done!”

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Category General
Posted Friday, September 01, 2017
By Serrenta Naidoo
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From UKZN
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