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Being a student and managing life at the same time can be difficult. We understand the challenges that come with studying for a qualification, so we are determined to help you succeed in your degree.
Browse our wide range of Study Skills textbooks to develop your academic and employability skills for success in your course and beyond. Our free Study Skills website is packed with practical tips and advice on how to succeed in your studies and make the most of your experience as a student, so make sure you visit today!
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Some of our titles also have companion sites with student resources, click here to find out more.
We publish most of our titles as e-books and you can purchase them from our site. Simply search for the book you want to buy and click on the 'Add to basket' link and follow the instructions. Ebooks are fulfilled by Vitalsource.com and once you have bought your ebook you will receive an order confirmation email which includes a link to access your ebook.Top
Our exam copy service is exclusive to lecturers and instructors that are interested in adopting or have adopted already, one of our books. This is to ensure your lecturers have access to the best resources to give you the best education possible. Unfortunately, this means that we are unable to send free copies to students writing their thesis or dissertations. For more information please visit our Exam Copy Policy.
To buy Macmillan International Higher Education books, you can go to the book's page and click 'Buy Book' or visit our Orders Support page for more information.
Macmillan International Higher Education provides free resources for students on some companion sites. To locate them, use the search bar to find your book and click on 'View companion site'. If free resources are available, you will be able to select 'Student Zone' or 'Learning resources' from the menu. You might also be interested in our free Study Skills website.
Please note, student requests for access to lecturer or teaching resources will be denied.