EUSA Advice Place wins award

The EUSA Advice Place has won a national award, accrediting its service provision.

Student standing outside The Advice Place

The student facility has been given the Matrix Standard, which is a national quality award for providers of information, advice and guidance for learners.

Rewarding excellence

To fulfil the award’s criteria, staff had to demonstrate they meet the highest standards of delivery and management of service.

It is thought to be the first students’ association facility to have been granted the accreditation.

In 2004, the University’s Careers’ Service was given a Matrix Award for Excellence.

Free and confidential

The EUSA Advice Place is an impartial, confidential, free advisory service for all students at the University.

Branches are based at Potterrow, King’s Buildings and Paterson’s Land Moray House.

The staff worked really hard in preparing for the assessment and are delighted with the award. The achievement proves that EUSA is at the forefront of providing quality services to its students.

Alice CummingsManager of the EUSA Advice Place