The School of Technology
(STech) officially opened on the 1st of September,
marking the synthesis between the School of
Computing and Information Technology (SCIT) and the School of
Engineering and the Built Environment (SEBE).
This page aims to answer any questions that
current students may have about the merger.
How will I be affected?
You should not notice any difference day
to day – your course title will be the same, most teaching will
still take place in the MI Building and you will be taught by the
same members of staff. A more important change is the introduction
Works, moving the minimum module value to 20 credits.
Will my personal tutor
How do I access my timetable, and will
Your timetable can be found on e:Vision once
you have enrolled and registered your modules for 2010/1.
Have academics’ offices
Yes, but not in all cases. All signs in the MI
Building have been updated, so academics' offices will be easy to
locate via the main pod doors on the first and second
Where do I hand in work?
Most work will still be submitted to the
Student Office (here2help) in MI024
using the barcode hand-in sheets available via e:Vision, or
electronically via WOLF.
Where do I go for academic
Simon Rose and Natalie Horne are the
Programmes Advisers for STech and can both now be found in MI127.
Simon will provide support for all Computing and
Mathematics courses whilst Natalie will cover all Engineering,
Construction and Architecture courses. Natalie will also be on the
Telford campus in room SC002 every Friday.
Where is the School
The STech School Office is in MI155.
What if I have any special needs or
Lynne Pennells will provide advice and
assistance for special needs for all courses and is located in
Where can I get further
Either call into the STech School Office
(MI155), the Student Office (MI024) or the Student Gateway in the
University of Wolverhampton, Wulfruna Street, Wolverhampton, WV1 1LY
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