If you have an issue with your academic experience it can be difficult to know what the best course of action is. Read our guide to find out who to go to with your concern.
Course Reps can pass on your views and feedback on topics including:
Resources: Library, IT, Student Support, Project Work, Quality and availability of resources, Academic Support Tutor system, Student Handbooks, Work Placements, year abroad, NSS, employability skills.
Evaluation: Learning and teaching methods, student evaluations, quality of teaching, academic policy, module evaluation
Feedback: Content and quality of programmes and modules, feedback and evaluation assessed work.
Find your Course Rep and contact them here.
The Advice Centre can offer support with:
Workload, allegations of plagiarism, mitigating circumstances, academic misconduct, Academic Support Tutor issues, and academic appeals, suspension of studies and repeat years.
For more info, download the Advice Centre's Academic Support Booklet here.
The University’s Skills Team can offer help on all aspects of academic writing – online, in workshops and during individual appointments. Workshops and Master Classes are available to everyone.
For more information and to contact the Skills Team click here.
ACADEMIC SUPPORT TUTORS (AST’s)
Academic Support Tutors are members of staff from your department. Your Academic Support Tutor is there for you to talk to about any academic problem you are experiencing, give you advice and guidance and to point you in the direction of further help, support and advice. Each Faculty also has a Senior Tutor. This is someone from another Faculty who you can approach for independent support if you can’t resolve a matter internally.
Find out more about Academic Support Tutors here.