The University of Chichester understands the commitment and personal resolve required to obtain a postgraduate degree. There is a team of high qualified student support specialists on hand to help students navigate through the complexities and demands when studying, providing a confidential and non-judgemental space to discuss individual needs.
The friendly Support and Information Zone (SIZ) is there for any students who have questions or concerns. There is a range of support for students with disabilities, continuing health conditions, autistic spectrum conditions, mental health conditions and specific learning difficulties, including dyslexia, dyspraxia and dysgraphia. Advisors can refer students to the Student Health team, which includes two registered nurses, a Mental Health Advisor and Counselling service. There is also a student money advisor on hand to help students with finance, budgeting and bursary information.
Student reviewers praise the standard of support on offer from the University, which has a high retention rate of students.
University of Chichester postgraduate students say:
“Excellent. Lecturers are fantastic and the well-being group is amazing.”