The Guarantor Scheme - coming soon!

Use these resources if finding housing has been a challenge.

 
International Buddy Scheme

Find out about our new scheme launching this year.

 
Queen Elizabeth II

We encourage anyone in need of support at this time to please reach out and access the help and advice that’s on hand.

 
 

 

LIV'S TIPS FOR MAKING THE MOST OF UNI

 

Yes, I could tell you "Go to everything, and go to it now!" But burn out is a massive thing which everyone goes through especially with work and uni deadlines, it’s all about balance. So, my tips to make the most out of your student experience are:

  1. Get involved! We have plenty of communities to get memberships for
  2. Go to an event you wouldn’t normally go to - open yourself to new opportunities and people
  3. Go to a new study/social space - there are lots of spots with different atmospheres to mix up the study environment as deadline season approaches
  4. Leave campus to explore the area. Check out independent shops and restaurants - it's a great way to separate from uni life

 

 

YOUR QUESTIONS

 

How do I extend my student visa from the UK?

If you are an international student currently living in the UK who has had to repeat a year, or who is changing from a pre-sessional to UG, or UG to PG course, you will need to extend your Student Visa by making an application to the Home Office. SU Advice can explain the process and help you by checking your documents, including your application form, whether you are applying for yourself or also for dependents.

How can I resolve a dispute with my landlord over my deposit?

Your deposit should be held in a Deposit Protection Scheme, and if you and your landlord can’t agree about deductions you may be able to use your scheme’s dispute resolution process. If you would like some help with this, or with any other issues relating to your old or new tenancy, SU Advice will be happy to help.

I’m a Masters’ student, and I don’t think I’ll be able to submit my dissertation on time...

If extenuating circumstances mean you need more time to complete your dissertation, and you are an existing student who is due to submit your dissertation for the first time this year, your department is now allowed to authorise extensions for more than four weeks if needed. To find out more, contact your supervisor or your department’s PG administrator, and don’t forget that SU Advice is also here to support you.

 

GOT ANOTHER QUESTION?

SU Advice are on hand to help with whatever you may need. Find us on square 3 or visit our page