Advice and Support
There are many sources of advice and support at the University. If you aren’t sure which one to approach, make the Advice Centres your first port of call.
|Advice Centres provide advice on anything affecting your ability to study. Just ask!|
Support and Services
|The Careers and Employability Service offers careers information and advice for students.FAQs|
|The Chaplaincy serves students of all faiths.|
|The Wellbeing Service is impartial, confidential and free for students. FAQs|
|The DDS supports and advises students with impairments. FAQs|
|Grad Edge is a programme for boosting your employability further. FAQs|
| The Health Service is there for all members of the University community.FAQs
|The IISA provides immigration and welfare advice. FAQs|
|The SMAT provides advice on student money and manages financial support funds.FAQs|
|The Study Skills Service is there to help you develop your academic work.|
UniLife A-Z Pages about Support Topics
Accommodation Services provide advice about student accommodation and manage our student halls.
The Support for care leavers page offers an overview of the additional support available to Care Leavers.
The University offers a number of resources that can help with Childcare.
If you want to develop your English language skills and practice in regular classes, we have a range of free modules that can help you.
When you’re alone and need someone to talk to, Nightline can help.
The Religion and belief – support for students page links to relevant guidelines about how the University adjusts to students’ faith needs.
Our team of resident and welfare tutors look after over 1,600 students based in halls of residence.
The Student Mentoring scheme tries to make starting at university as easy and enjoyable as it can be.
The Student Support department offers a range of support for students and is responsible for the UniLife website.