Pastoral Support and Wellbeing
You will be assigned an Academic Personal Tutor during Welcome Week.
(The following is adapted from Section 6.1 of your Course Handbook)
Your tutor is there to support you with difficulties related to your university career. You must meet with them at least twice per term for updates. There is no formal work involved with the Academic Personal Tutor program.
You should respond promptly to their communications, and keep them informed of any academic or personal problems affecting your performance.
Specific ways in which your personal tutor can help are:
- Providing general academic advice on development, including discussing possible option choices.
- Directing you to the most appropriate service if you experience any personal difficulties.
- Writing a reference letter for job application, grants, or postgraduate study.
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Minhaz Ali, Student Support and Progression Officer
Are you struggling personally, socially, emotionally?
Is it affecting your studies?
Want help to get back on track? or
Need help exploring your options?
Then don't leave it any longer! book an appointment with Minhaz.
The Statistics Department, has appointed a dedicated resource to support students experiencing personal difficulties. Aimed to assist students to get back on track, progress and engage with their studies, Minhaz offers non-judgemental advice, information and guidance on a breadth of issues. If you're experiencing personal, social, emotional, financial, housing and/or academic problems, and would like to talk to someone, book an appointment with Minhaz, she is friendly, approachable and easy to talk to. She will provide a safe and confidential space to; help you explore your options, help you prepare a plan of action and/or signpost you to services on and off campus if you need specialist help.
To book an appointment use the link below:
Learning difference: a student journey. Watch this account from a Statistics student, explaining how our services helped them better understand their their learning needs.
(Click for video transcriptLink opens in a new window)
- To book a consultation, visit the Support for Students pageLink opens in a new window
- Find out more about specific disabilities Link opens in a new windowon this page.
Disability Services Team
- Even if you have declared on your UCAS application, you must register as soon as possible with the Disability Services Team Link opens in a new windowwithin Wellbeing Support Services before commencing study. This allows sufficient time to prepare any support you may be entitled to.
- The Disability Service Team will coordinate with the Disability and Reasonable Adjustment coordinator for Statistics is Ritabrata (Rito) DuttaLink opens in a new window.
Mental health and wellbeing
- The Wellbeing ServicesLink opens in a new window includes one-to-one support as well as many resources. It also includes advice from current students on how to manage your wellbeing.
- We appreciate the some find exams and assessments stressful, as a department we have prepared an information and support page on exam stress and success.
Mitigating circumstances. Before you submit a mitigating circumstances claim you may find the advice for students useful. If necessary, you may wish to discuss your situation with your personal tutor.
Everyone at the University of Warwick, whether studying, working, or visiting, has the right to feel safe. Harassment of any kind is completely unacceptable, and our community is an environment where prejudice and socially unacceptable behaviour are never tolerated.
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