Issues with your course?

Peer Mentoring can provide support for students adjusting to university life.

The AberSkills page is a source of self-help for various academic issues. In addition, Student Learning Support offer a range of courses and services across the university for enhancing your study experience.

If you are falling behind with work, it is advisable to reach out to your department by talking to your Module Co-ordinator and/or your personal tutor about any academic concerns you may have.

If you are struggling with your course assignments and timed assessments as a result of a diagnosed disability or ongoing physical/mental health issues, please contact our accessibility team on disability@aber.ac.uk to discuss possible alternatives and support provisions.

If you are uncertain whether or not your course is right for you, or if you feel that taking some time out from your course might be helpful, you are welcome to discuss your options with one of our Student Advisers, as there may be implications for your Student Finance. Please contact student-adviser@aber.ac.uk for more information.

You might also want to take a look at our FAQs relating to the following topics:

Personal tutors

Common academic issues

Taking time out or leaving university