Supporting, advising and informing our students during their course
As soon as you set foot on our campus, you benefit from the support of our Student Affairs Department.
Its mission is to offer guidance to ensure that you enjoy the best possible “learning experience”. To achieve this, the Student Affairs Department works alongside the programme teams in four key areas:
Academic guidance and support
The Student Affairs Department can provide you with information and individual guidance on :
- the different options available to you in your course;
- options for specialising and changing programmes;
- suitable further study programmes to suit your individual goals;
- any academic problems you may be experiencing;
- personal problems, particularly through the provision of permanent on-campus psychological support.
Support with studying abroad
The Student Affairs Department works with you to organise your academic exchange by :
- providing guidance on selecting international academic partners;
- helping you to prepare for your time abroad, particularly by helping you apply and decide which courses to follow abroad;
- monitoring you during your semester abroad, a key part of your course.
Student societies at our campuses
The Student Affairs Department is responsible for ensuring that you get the most out of student societies by :
- developing a wide range of student societies
- helping societies implement their projects and acquire best practices (e.g. with regard to the law, accounting or communications);
- approving and monitoring projects proposed by student societies.
Disability, social inclusion and equality of opportunity
The Student Affairs Department coordinates and supports the measures developed by the School to manage diversity and social inclusion by :
- listening to and supporting disabled students, with human and material issues, to ensure that they can pursue their studies in the best possible conditions;
- setting up and maintaining the School’s social inclusion and equal opportunities initiatives for local secondary school students.