Student Affairs

We are here to help you make the most of your time at the University. We provide high quality services that support you, enhance your learning experience and are responsive to your changing needs, before, during and after university.

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Current students can find us on iCity

Student Affairs info is available on our student portal, iCity (A university login is required).

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Undergraduate students


The Careers and Job Prospects service aims to help develop and improve the employability of our students and graduates.
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Child care

Child Care

Our Child Care Adviser, located in Student Affairs, is at hand to offer help and support whatever your child care requirements.
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Finance/money matters

Finance/Money Matters

Finance is one of the key issues when deciding to take a higher education course.
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Health and Wellbeing

Enablement and Wellbeing

Our professional Health and Wellbeing services offer support for your physical, mental, and emotional wellbeing.
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Visas and Immigration

Visas and Immigration

If you currently live in your home country you will need to apply for entry clearance before coming to the UK.
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Student Mentoring

Student Mentoring

Our programmes are designed to help students achieve their potential through trusting relationships with professionals.
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Can't find the advice you need here?

Visit our contact and find us page where you will find details of how to phone, email and visit us in person. We also provide information and support for care leavers who are looking to study at the University.