Student Guidance Centre

Guidelines

Useful Contacts

There are a number of different sources of help and advice on various aspects of postgraduate study. Your first point of contact should normally be your supervisor, who should be able to answer many of your queries or direct you to another source of help.

Other sources of advice include:

Nature of Query Sources of Advice
Academic problems Your Supervisor
Appeals Academic Affairs
Differentiation - Your Supervisor
- Your Head of School / School PG Tutor
Disability Disability Unit
Enrolment and registration Student Registry
Equipment and facilities - Your Supervisor
- Your Head of School / School PG Tutor
Examination arrangements (eg date of oral, identity of your examiners) Your Supervisor
Financial difficulties Student Financial Adviser, Students’ Union
Graduation Student Registry
Grants/Studentships IPSC
Personal difficulties - Your Supervisor
- School PG Tutor
- University Health Service
- Student Counselling Service
- University Chaplains
Submitting your thesis Student Registry
Supervisory problems - Your Supervisor
- Your Head of School / School PG Tutor
- Vice-President (Education), Students' Union
Tuition fees Student Finance