UCEN Manchester recognises the need for its students to receive sufficient academic and personal support while completing their studies, and manages a range of services aimed at helping students make the most of their university experience, and achieve their potential.
All students will also be assigned a personal tutor, who can help with any academic or personal matters, and there is a dedicated department that provides guidance on a wide range of issues including academic support, health and wellbeing, finance, welfare, and careers advice.
Students with disabilities can arrange one-on-one meetings with an advisor, who will provide personalised assistance during their time studying at the college.
UCEN Manchester also supports a Chaplaincy service, as well as nurseries for students with young children over six months old. The team is contactable via email, consultation or at a drop-in centre.
UCEN Manchester students on Whatuni say:
“The tutors are really supportive with mental health. If there is any personal issue I can discuss with my tutors and student engagement team members who are always there to listen.”
“Overall the one to one support in general is pretty good as the teachers check up on you and also there are facilities within the college for people to contact who are maybe struggling.”
“I have used the councillors and academic support many times and they are very useful resource.”
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