Time at Uni can often be the best years of your life, but there's bound to be times when you need support, guidance or advice. Please feel free to contact the Advice Centre to discuss your situation.
Your SU says relax!
The exam period can be the most stressful time of your entire student experience but remember...you are not alone.
We’re here to support you during your exams, bringing you cheap brain food, free support sessions, awesome free events & free bananas* - what more could you want from your SU?
We're holding exam stress workshops every Wednesdays until 30th May from 2-3pm in room 4.137. All welcome!
Whilst your time at University can often be the best years of your life, there are bound to be times when you need someone to turn to for support, guidance or advice. Please see the information below and feel free to contact the Advice Centre to book an appointment to discuss your situation further.
extenuating circumstances & deadlines
Extenuating circumstances are defined by the University as "circumstances beyond the student's control which cause the student to perform less well in his or her coursework or examinations than he or she might otherwise have been expected to do (on the basis of other work) read more...
changing your programme of study
During your time at University you may decide you wish to change your course, take a break from your studies or in some cases even leave your studies completely. In these instances it is advisable to discuss your situation with someone before making any final decisions read more...
If you are unhappy with an aspect of University policy; the provision of a service or the way a student has been treated by a member of staff. Then you can submit a formal complaint. read more...
If you would like to appeal against exam board outcomes, then the University has procedures in place. There are also guidelines for Progress Committees. read more...
fitness to practice
If during your studies you are informed of a potential fitness to practice issue you are encouraged to visit the Advice Centre. read more...