I am having difficulties with my studies. How can the University support me and what should I do?


The University can offer advice and support. In the first instance you should always speak to your Academic Mentor. He/she may be able to offer support or refer you to an expert who can help.

If you feel that you cannot prepare or submit coursework because of these difficulties or are concerned that you are not fit to sit an examination, your tutor can advise you of the routes available to you.

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