Support

Advisers within the Students’ Guild Advice Unit are available to talk through any problems you may be having and give you the information you need to make informed choices.

Advisers within the Students’ Guild Advice Unit are available to talk through any problems you may be having and give you the information you need to make informed choices.

We can also advise you what procedures are in place if your academic work is suffering due to circumstances beyond your control, for example if you have been accused of academic misconduct or place an academic appeal.

If you are considering withdrawing, transferring or taking time out of your studies we can provide help or guidance before you commit to making a particular decision. We will help you to be aware of the implications affecting your finances and your ability to return to University. Advisors can also guide you through the complaints procedure if you are dissatisfied with any element of your course.

The Guild Representation page which gives you comprehensive information on Academic Representation and details of your individual subject reps and postgraduate research liaison forums. You can contact your reps to raise any subject concerns you have or ways that your academic experience can be improved.

For details of academic skills support and additional resources available at the University please see the Academic Skills and Engagement Team website. Additional Academic Skills Resources are also available on ELE.

For information on specialist academic support and examination provisions/Individual Learning Plan (ILP) please see the University Accessibility webpage.


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