The Director of Student Experience, Dr Rebecca Stone, builds on the support offered to you by your personal tutor. She is available for one-to-one meetings in weekly office hours, and also contactable by e-mail to discuss a wide range of issues.
The Global Sustainable Development academics, working with various members of central services from across the University, will be organising a number of sessions that will help you build your study skills and employability, as well as engaging with the wider student community.
References are key to helping you advance after you have finished your degree, whether you are aiming for postgraduate study or heading straight into employment. This section lets you know how to obtain the best references, and from whom.
Careers (with selected job site links)
The range of support on offer ranges from individual appointments with a careers consultant, to big careers fairs featuring the largest graduate recruiters, sector events covering events with smaller companies, and a large range of workshops.
From study skills sessions to presenting your research (as an undergraduate) to an international audience - there are a variety of opportunities available for you.
Although personal tutors have a pastoral role, they are also there to support your academic development throughout your course as well. Where possible, they will respond to requests for help and advice about academic matters, signposting you to the most appropriate source for career development and Student services where appropriate.