We are a friendly and supportive community and want to help you get the most out of your time here. Whether you need support with your health or practical advice on budgeting or finding part-time work, we can help.
We'll help you sort out immigration and visa issues, and settle into the UK.
Whether you decide to live on or off campus, we can help you settle into your new surroundings and get on well with your new neighbours. And if there’s a problem with your campus accommodation, our friendly maintenance staff will fix it quickly.
If you're looking for support with your studies, we offer a range of help, from your Personal Tutor in your department to our Peer Guide scheme, where you are appointed a fellow student to offer non-judgmental support. You can also use our Centre for the Development of Academic Skills (CeDAs) which runs workshops, 1:1 advice and drop-in sessions to help boost your academic and study skills.
Our Careers Service is here to help you improve your employability and find career success in a competitive global workplace. As well as offering an optional Placement Year as part of your course, our dedicated Careers staff are available to support you during your studies and for two years after you’ve graduated. Are you looking for part-time work an internship or need help with your CV? Find out more about the support we offer for your career planning.