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Here at the Student Advice Service we offer you independent advice on your academic problems. We are experts in the University's regulations, and will guide you through the relevant processes to find a resolution to your academic issue.

Here at the Advice Service we can offer you independent advice on your academic problems, guiding and supporting you through the University's regulations and processes. If you have a question about academic misconduct, appeals, complaints, or the implications of taking time out of study, please have a look at our FAQs below and for further information please contact us. In all cases, the earlier you contact us the more help we will be able to give you.

Academic Conduct

Guidance on what to do if you have been contacted by the University about Academic Conduct

Disciplinary

Information about preparing for a disciplinary meeting at the University

Appeals

How to appeal against a decision made by the University

Complaints

Guidance on how to complain to the University about your student experience, or about the behaviour of a student or staff member

Personal circumstances affecting your studies

An outline of the University processes, options and support services

Taking a break in study or leaving your course

Factors to consider if you are thinking of leaving or taking time out from your course

Fitness to Practice

Guidance on what to do if you have been contacted by the University about your conduct on a professional course

What happens if you have failed part of your course

Where to find information on what will happen next and your options. Includes information about the Capacity to Study process.

Self-help Guides

Information on a variety of academic issues in a handy guide format