Improve your academic skills and be better prepared for your university study. 

Our suite of 'University academic success' workshops will make you feel more confident about how to overcome the challenges of first year by focusing on the knowledge and skills that you need to succeed.

Highly qualified academic instructors and an interactive methodology ensure that you can immediately apply the valuable lessons you learn in our suite of workshops.

Where is this course taught?


Our team of highly qualified and experienced teachers are dedicated to supporting you throughout your learning journey and helping you to achieve the results you desire through guidance and feedback which is specific to you and your goals. 

Our workshops can be delivered in three options:


  • study in a class size of maximum 16 students
  • we believe in keeping our classes small to maximise teacher-student interaction 
  • available at our Toa Payoh Centre.


  • high quality, extremely flexible and fully customised
  • exclusive one-to-one tuition, where you get to interact with your teacher more at your own pace and time
  • available at any of our five centres, at your home or place of work in Singapore.

Private group

  • high quality, extremely flexible and fully customised
  • private closed group tuition available for any number of students
  • available at any of our five centres, at your home or place of work in Singapore.

Calendar and pricing

These workshops are available part-time at our Toa Payoh Centre

  • A 'Certificate of Participation' is provided for students with 80% minimum attendance.

Learning outcomes

University Academic Success


These workshops focus on improving your awareness of academic conventions and honing your academic skills in the following areas:

  • How to identify main and supporting information in longer texts
  • Reading critically
  • Participating in tutorials
  • Researching skills and evaluating sources
  • Listening to lectures and note-taking skills
  • Evaluating sources
  • Synthesizing information
  • Organising your ideas
  • Delivering presentations
  • Writing in academic register
  • Recognising what is and isn’t plagiarism
  • Citing and referencing (MLA, APA and Chicago standard)
  • Communicating appropriately with your professors and lecturers
  • Managing your time