How we support you

While you're studying with us, specially trained staff, academics and fellow students work together to provide you with guidance and support when you need it.

Video: Student Support BSL 2023
A summary of the Student Support model explaining the different roles and support available to students. This is the BSL version.
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Student Advisers are the main point of contact of support for undergraduate and postgraduate taught students. They can support you with your studies, wellbeing or practical matters and can refer you to a Wellbeing Adviser if you need more specialist support.

Your Student Adviser

Wellbeing Advisers can provide you with advice on wellbeing-related issues and recommend other specialist services, such as the Student Counselling Service or our Disability and Learning Support Service, who may be able to help you. 

Student wellbeing service

Teaching teams, including Directors of Learning and your tutors, will be able to support you with your subject or course. Cohort Leads are in place to create a sense of community within your programme.

Your Cohort Lead

Frequently asked questions

Find answers to your questions about how we support you during your time at the University.