Advice Team


At the Guild, we recognise that some students may need access to specific help and resources to ensure their University experience is as great as possible. Within the Advice service there is a range of support offered to our underrepresented students, which includes those who are estranged, care leavers, asylum seekers and refugees, and those with caring responsibilities. We are here to help you - check out what is offered below.

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Estrangement

  • AboutIf you’re an estranged student, the Advice team are here to help your university experience.
  • FAQsFrequently Asked Questions about Estrangement.
  • Financial SupportFind out about the various financial options that are available to you.
  • AccommodationWe understand that estranged students can face a greater disadvantage while searching for year-long accommodation.
  • Other SupportOther support that is available to you.

Students with caring responsibilities

  • AboutInformation and Support for student parents and student carers.
  • Student ParentsWe know that coming to university can be particularly difficult or challenging if you’re a parent of a child under 16. Along with the University of Exeter, we are here to provide you with the necessary support to ensure you time as a student is as smooth as possible.
  • Student CarersComing to university whilst being a carer can make completing your studies and engaging in university life very challenging.
  • Accommodation Finding accomodation can be difficult while managing your responsibilities as a carer and a student

Care-Leavers

  • AboutWe are committed to ensuring all care leavers at the University are given the necessary resources to achieve whilst studying with us.
  • FAQsFrequently Asked Questions about Estrangement.
  • Financial SupportFind out about the various financial options that are available to you.
  • AccommodationWe understand that there may be challenges faced by care-leavers when navigating the accomodation process.

Asylum Seekers & Refugees

  • AboutWe are proud to welcome and support asylum seekers and refugees.
  • FAQsAnswers to your most common questions around support available to you.
  • Financial SupportIf you fall into one of the two categories, there are two forms of financial support available to you.
  • Other SupportAdditional support available for asylum seekers and refugees.

Accessibility Tools

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