Students will find lots of different support services at the University of Southampton, covering a wide range of academic and personal needs.
For example, there’s a 24/7 Wellbeing Team available to support students day and night and an Early Years Centre for students with children aged three to five months.
There is also specialist assistance for students with disabilities, mental health conditions and specific learning difficulties such as dyslexia. Specialist practitioners work with students to consider any reasonable adjustments they might need for their studies.
Students can also find help with queries and issues regarding tuition fees, accommodation, student visas and finance at the Student Hub. Students’ Union advisers are also available to offer guidance on a range of issues, including if there are any disputes related to the course. Students can also reach out to their personal academic tutors for advice on both course-related issues such as settling in or helping with job applications.
International students will have access to a wide range of English language, study skills and other courses to help them achieve their full potential.