Supporting your studies
Studying online provides a unique opportunity to balance your educational aspirations against other existing commitments, such as work and childcare. We understand the challenges that come with this fantastic opportunity and we are committed to supporting you with these during your studies.
Our Student Support Team will be on hand to help and support you in all non-academic areas to ensure that you are comfortable with all aspects of your programme. They can help you with a wide range of issues and questions and can signpost you to other services if necessary.
Our Study Skills Team can be contacted at any point throughout your studies with advisers on hand to help you develop your academic skills, such as planning your assignments, academic integrity and referencing, using the online library and time management.
Our Student Welfare Team are responsible for the provision of disability support, wellbeing resources, and directing you to useful external sources of support. We recognise that sometimes life can present challenges and the team can signpost you to further assistance where this might be helpful.
Disability advice and guidance
We are dedicated to providing all our students an equal opportunity to engage, learn, and succeed on their chosen programme. Students are therefore encouraged to disclose any disability so that we can put in place the support that works for you.