Over the last two decades, Macmillan has helped hundreds of thousands of students better navigate the demands of university life

Launched in 1999 with the first edition of The Study Skills Handbook by bestselling author Stella Cottrell, the Macmillan Study Skills series aspires to make the process of learning easier, faster and more enjoyable. The series, which is now home to over 50 titles, provides guidance on the skills with which students frequently struggle, and allows students to learn in the way that works best for them. Macmillan also publishes a distinctive short-format Pocket Study skills series, and in 2019 will publish the new 50 Ways series by Stella Cottrell. This new series will provide students with a fresh, alternative way to engage with core study, life and employability skills.  Over the years Macmillan’s study skills publishing has kept pace with the social, cultural and technological changes which have transformed the higher education landscape, and remain committed to developing products which reflect the reality of what it means to be a student in higher education today...

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