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Academic Writing Support for UT students

Writing Support 

The UT Writing Centre is here to support BSc and MSc students with their writing.

We provide free one-on-one help with any writing task at any stage of the writing process. We are trained to help you identify and correct issues related to structure and language. We can teach you strategies for improving your writing and guide you through useful print and digital resources.

There are three ways to get individual help:

  • 1. Come to the Drop-in hours
    Drop-In Hours

    The UT Writing Centre is pleased to offer face-to-face writing support in Skills Lab 3 on the second floor of the Vrijhof during select drop-in hours. We will continue to offer remote drop-in hours too. If you have questions, please contact us at writingcentre@utwente.nl.

    We offer online writing support for BSc and MSc students. Come to our weekly drop-in hours in BigBlueButton (BBB) on Canvas to speak one-one-one with a writing tutor about your text. Students are allowed one 45-minute session per day but quick questions are also welcome. Support is available in English and Dutch.

    To join, self-enroll in the Canvas course here. Come on in! We are ready to help. Please note that you must register for the course at least 30 minutes before the start of drop-in hours to receive an invitation to the conference. Registration for UT Writing Centre drop-in hours is only open to bachelor and master students. Information about writing support for PhDs can be found here.

    Opening hours are subject to change throughout the academic year.

    • How do I add a drop-in hours time slot to my calendar?

      Click on a drop-in hours time slot in the Calendar. A pop-up screen will appear. Click on ‘more information' and ‘copy to my agenda’ to add this appointment to your Google Calendar.

    • How do I add the complete UTWC drop-in schedule to my calendar?

      You can add the UTWC Drop-in Hours schedule to your Google Calendar by clicking on the following link.

  • 2. Make an appointment
    Teacher sessions:

    Teacher appointments will take place online via Microsoft Teams unless otherwise stated. You will receive an email with a link to the Teams meeting when you register for an appointment. If you have questions, please contact us at writingcentre@utwente.nl.

    We offer online writing support for BSc and MSc students. Make an appointment to discuss your text with one of the UT Language Centre teachers. Students are allowed three 45-minute sessions per academic year. Register for an appointment below.

    English text (BSc/MSc students):
    Click here to register for an appointment.
    Monday: Molly Waite
    Wednesday: Rebecca Veneri / Molly Waite

    Dutch text (BSc/MSc students):
    Teacher support with Dutch texts is available by request until further notice. Please contact us at writingcentre@utwente.nl to request an appointment.
    Thursday, Friday: Eltine Kampen

    Dutch support is available during select drop-in hours. Self-enroll in drop-in hours here.

    Research Honours Futures Bachelor coaching:
    Click here to register for an appointment.
    Select dates: Jae Evans

    TGS Research Honours Masters coaching: 
    Click here to register for an appointment.
    Tuesday: Molly Waite and Rebecca Veneri

  • 3. Writing Encouragement Group

    Keep on track with your writing assignments by attending weekly lunchtime meetings with other student writers and a UT Writing Centre teacher. Set goals, write together, review progress.


    ·       Set goals for the session
    ·       Spend some time working on these goals
    ·       Review progress and set goals for the rest of the week

    This group is ideal for students who struggle to maintain motivation when writing, experience writer's block, or generally find writing assignments difficult.

    Teachers: Stefanie Allum / Molly Waite
    Free entrance from 12.00-13.00 hrs on the following dates:  
    Monday: 13-20-27 June / 4-18-25 July 2022


Did you know that the UT Skills Lab offers workshops on academic writing?