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Stressing out about exams and deadlines is part of being a student however it is important to manage these periods of stress so students do not become overwhelmed, which in turn can lead to poorer academic performance.


During this course students will be able to identity what causes their stress, how they respond and identify key exam stress triggers. The course will also examine how to control responses to internal and external stressors and explain how managing exam stress can lead to a more resilient and healthier outcome. 

Course Outline

The aim of this workshop is to understand stress and how to manage it.
The key points covered in this course are:

1. What is exam stress? 
2. Causes of exam stress
3. Identifying exam stress
4. How to overcome exam stress 


Delivery Method

Traditional classroom based 

Learning Outcomes

At the end of workshop learners will be able to:

1. Define what exam stress is?
2. Identify key triggers related to exam stress
3. Overcome barriers to establish greater control of responses to internal and external stressors.
4. Explain how managing stress can lead to a more resilient and healthier outcome.


There are no barriers to entry on this managing exam stress course. It is suitable for all.

Who is the course for?

This course is suitable for students on a study abroad programme 

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