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Information for returning students

What you need to know as you return to University.

Things to do

What you need to do to make sure you’re ready to start the new academic year.


Find information here on a range of support topics.

Be Well – Talk Now

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You can talk to an adviser by phone or live chat 24 hours a day through our Be Well - Talk Now service

Managing your money

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Managing your money at university can be a challenge, we have lots of advice, guidance & information to help you make informed decisions about your finances.

Directory of support sources

This page is intended to help you choose the most appropriate place in the University to turn, depending on the issue you are facing.

Social and sport

Meet like-minded people, explore new interests, get to know the social spaces on campus and look after your wellbeing.

Wellbeing Activities

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We run a number of activities to help you improve your wellbeing. All activities are free but do require booking. Have a look below at what we offer.

Skills, careers, placements

Resources to support you academically, in looking for placements and looking for jobs.


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We offer information, advice and guidance to students and graduates. We also work with employers to connect them with our students and recent graduates.

Other useful information

Moving in, finding your way around, booking study spaces and how to help yourself and others stay healthy.

Virtual campus tour

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Take a virtual tour of our campus, including the student accommodation buildings, teaching rooms, laboratories, and Sports Training Village.

Our shared city: moving in

We live in a shared city with people from all backgrounds, ages and lifestyles. That means it is really helpful for people to meet and get to know each other