Even if you never have to come on to campus, it is still
easy for you to access our support services
If you need help and advice with choosing the right
course; applying to the University; or if you have any
questions or concerns prior to starting your course; you can speak
to staff in The Gateway or
students through the ASK a
For information regarding fees, funding and financial
support see our Money Matters
Throughout your course, your Student Office will use e:Vision
as the principal means of communicating with you and you should
regularly check your e:Vision account for messages and amend your
contact details as appropriate.
You may wish to use our online Student Office Helpdesk,
available through e:Vision, to
answer any queries you may have.
Here you can view the Frequently Asked Questions pages, or
log a new help call if you cannot find an answer.
Access the University’s Virtual Learning Environment (VLE),
for lecture notes, course materials and online support and
discussion around the modules on your course.
The University’s ePortfolio system called PebblePad will
allow you to record and reflect on skills, events and achievements
throughout your course.
and Information Services are committed to helping you to access
the information you need whatever your mode of study and wherever
You can access epublications, online journals, ebooks, and
ereference materials through the Learning and Information Services
If you need help with accessing information you can call
Learning Centre Direct or email firstname.lastname@example.org
The Skills for
Learning pages will provide information about the range of
support we provide to help you to develop the skills required for
There is a range of study
guide materials available on line to support with proof
reading, group work, report writing, reflective writing, planning
assignments, effective reading.
Skills offers online support and virtual appointments if you
are unable to attend on campus.
Available to all students of the University the Online Counselling
Service is here to help you make the best of your time at
University by offering free, professional, confidential and
non-judgemental support to all students of the University via email
If you are studying away from campus there are pages to support
yourself, including downloadable self-help
leaflets and a website full of links to useful materials.
Ask Us is our
online one to one careers guidance service.
We have a comprehensive careers
library online and the Job Seeking
Skills section of our website is full of information on
employability skills and links to sites we recommend. You can
register on our online jobs
database you will receive regular job alerts designed to your
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