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23 Aug 2019 7:52
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  •   Home > News > Education

    Canterbury University students are being taught to deal with failure

    Canterbury University students are being taught to deal with failure


    The University's launched the 'Fear of Failing' campaign - looking to find a healthy approach for students to think about exams.

    Student association president Sam Brosnahan says there will be increased counselling services.

    He says it's to help show failing's a real part of life.

    Brosnahan says increased counselling services are being seen everywhere, not just in the tertiary sector.

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