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We provide academic support and advice for Undergraduate, Masters, Postgraduate Taught (PGT) and Postgraduate Research (PGR) students who study full time or part time, on campus or online Visit our web page for more information.
Advice from your union - DUSA offers you advice and support on any issue and is independent of the University.
Watch the short video below with their advice about academic integrity.
Adviser of Studies
Each student has an appointed Adviser of Studies to provide support and guidance.You are allocated an Adviser of Studies when you start university. This applies to undergraduate and postgraduate students. Normally your Adviser will be an experienced member of the teaching staff in your School. You can discuss a range of topics with them, for example, course concerns, financial issues, your exams, personal issues, your health and wellbeing, feeling valued and having a sense of belonging to the University.
Your Adviser is the first point of contact within the School/Discipline.
The Student Support Team offers help and support to help you stay on course. You can drop in to the Enquiry Centre or make an appointment to talk to one of the team face-to-face, over the telephone or via Skype.
Visit their web pages for more details and opening times.