The University of Liverpool is committed to supporting students and helping them get the best out of their studies and their time at Liverpool.
Each of the university’s schools has a Learning and Support Officer or a Student Experience Team who are on hand to provide support with academic issues including exam arrangements and help with timetables and managing workload.
The Wellbeing Advice and Guidance team is also on hand to help students with any personal issues they may face whilst at Liverpool. Students can book an appointment with an impartial advisor or counsellor if they need to talk to someone in complete confidence. Students can also access a dedicated Mental Health Advisory Service if they are suffering significant issues.
The Money Advice and Guidance team offer help with managing money and can help students access the university’s hardship fund, and the Disability Advice and Guidance team helps all disabled students get the most out of university.
In response to the Covid-19 pandemic, the university has increased the level of online support available to students, so that students can access help wherever they are. This includes online study tools and recorded teaching session, a Virtual Careers Studio and increased online library resources. The university also has a Wi-Fi dongle scheme and laptop loan schemes to assist students now having to study remotely.
University of Liverpool students on Whatuni say:
“I believe the support in my university is great! There are professionals who are always ready to help. There are student mentors and ambassadors who provide help and share students’ opinion on important matters. There is also a great deal of materials on mental health and spreading awareness about this subject.”
“We are constantly told that our welfare is the most important thing, Tutors are approachable and very friendly.”
“There are loads of places to go for help.”
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