The University allows people to take time out in certain circumstances for either a full year or a partial year. We can help you understand what it is, when you could take it, how to apply, and what the implications could be.
We can guide you on what is/isn't considered an EC, how/when to apply, evidence, self-certification, what to write and what the outcome letter means.
The Health, Wellbeing and Support for Study Policy sets out how the University may respond to instances where there is serious cause for concern about a student’s health or wellbeing or where a student's health, wellbeing and/or behaviour are having a detrimental impact on their ability to progress academically and function effectively at the University.
If you have been accused of academic misconduct we can help you understand the process, draft statements, accompany you to panel meetings, understand the outcomes and what options you have to appeal.
We can help you understand the process, draft statements, appeal an outcome (including appealing your appeal) and assessing your options.
Deadline season is upon us, but your Advice team are here to help you avoid Academic Misconduct!
It's Appeals season, so we've compiled a 101 guide to as an introduction to the topic of Appeals.
We get into the meat of how to do this whole Appeals thing.
Usually the fastest way to contact us is to email using our contact form.
We always aim to reply within 5 working days, but often reply much sooner.
We generally answer in chronological order but if your issue is very time sensitive please mark your email 'Urgent' and we will try to get back to you as soon as we can.
If you prefer to speak to someone directly, and you have not spoken to us previously about the issue, you can book an appointment with an Advisor.
If you already have an Advisor assigned to you and you would like to speak to them please just email them directly - this will be usually be much faster than using the booking form!
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