5 people that are here to help with your academic lifeFriday 9 October 2015
Your Subject librarian
Every subject area has a dedicated librarian to help you locate the best books for your course. Need something that’s not in the library? They can help you order it or find it online. Need a journal recommendation? They can suggest titles you may want to browse. Does the library need to purchase an important title? Let your subject librarian know and they can help! Find your subject librarian here.
Your Faculty Administrator
Your Faculty Administrators are the fount of all knowledge when it comes to how your course works. They can advise you on the day to day running of your course and are often the first port of call for any administration you need to complete, or questions you may have about department events and lectures. You can find your faculty administrator on your faculty page.
Your Writing Mentor
Our Peer Academic Writing Mentors are all Postgraduate students who have gone through specific training and are here to offer you advice when it comes to writing essays, dissertations or structuring exam answers. Anyone can book a free advice session Book a free session with a writing mentor or contact firstname.lastname@example.org
Your SU sabbatical officer (Education)
Pranay Shakya is your Students’ Union Vice President for Education. He represents students on a variety of academic issues, from basic academic requirements to academic appeals, training, course changes, exams, library and IT provision. Pranay also trains your course reps on how best they can serve the needs of students. Contact Pranay and find out more about his work.
Your Course Rep
Do you have an idea for something that will enhance your course? Would you like to give some feedback on your syllabus? Let your Course Rep know! Anyone can run as a course rep – it is a great way to play a part in shaping the course for current and future students. To find your course rep or visit the SU page or contact Pranay.