University of Bath School of Management University of Bath School of Management

Support

Personal Tutorial System

The personal tutor session was reassuring and useful to actually meet our tutor in person


Support structure diagram

The Personal Tutorial System consists of a number of sources of advice and guidance to help and support you during your studies:

These staff are here to provide help and support. They can advise you on school/university procedures, and help if you are experiencing problems or have welfare concerns.

You should meet your Academic Personal Tutor on a regular basis. They will provide a point of contact throughout your studies. You can find further information about the Personal Tutorial System on MUSAS on Moodle.

You will find out who your Academic Personal Tutor is when you arrive. You can meet them during induction week at the Personal Tutor Meet and Greet Event.

Student Experience Officer

Your Student Experience Officer (SEO) provides a confidential support and advice service for students.

They can help you with:

SEOs also help you make the most of your university experience by running the Peer Mentoring Schemes and networking social activities.

You can find the contact details for SEOs on the meet the team page.

Peer mentoring

Peer mentoring is where more experienced students provide informal help and support to students.

You can find out more information about peer mentoring on the Students’ Union website external website. Specific information for each of our courses is below.

BSc Accounting & Finance (BAF)

Each new BAF student is allocated two second year BAF mentors. You can meet them during a social event on Monday 2 October. You may also want to join the BAF Peer Mentoring Facebook group external website to get help from second year students before your arrival.

BSc Business Administration (BBA)

Due to the structure of this course, BBA mentoring happens at the start of the second semester. This is when the second year BBA students return from placement.

We will arrange times when you can meet your mentors to talk about this from the second semester onwards. You will receive information about this during your first semester.

BSc International Management & Modern Languages (IMML)

All new IMML students are allocated two mentors. You can meet them at the Peer Mentoring event on Tuesday 4 October.

You may want to join their Facebook group external website and get some help and advice from second year students before your arrival.

BSc Management Suite of courses (BSc Management, BSc Management and Marketing and BSc International Management)

Each new Management suite student is allocated two second year Management suite mentors.

You can meet them during a social event on Wednesday 4 or Thursday 5 October. You may also want to join the Management suite Peer Mentoring Facebook group external website to get help from second year students before your arrival.

Placements information

The Placements Team is here to support you in your placement preparation, search and future employability.

You will meet your Placement Officer during Induction week. You will also receive information about your course specific Personal Development Programme.

Read more on our Professional Placements, including information on:

Library

The School of Management has a friendly and helpful Subject Librarian, Helen Rhodes, who is based on the top floor of the main Library, room 5.04, Monday to Friday.

Helen is supported by her colleagues in the Information Point who are happy to help you with your routine enquiries. Email the Information Point staff or telephone 01225 38 5257.

Helen has an open door policy so drop by to see her for a quick query. For more in-depth enquiries please contact Helen with the details and make an appointment to see her. Telephone: 01225 38 5029

For a full list of resources to support your studies please see the Resources for Management web page.