Students have been identified as a high-risk group due to their lifestyle and unique circumstances. Being away from home for the first time, independently managing your own finances, regular changes of address and the need to carry personal details are all contributing factors that leave students especially vulnerable. For more information please contact the Cop Shop.
For information on health and illness please see:
There are Information Points at Stafford and Shrewsbury. You can talk to us on many aspects of your student life and we can help to answer your query or point you in the right direction for help.
Information Point (Centre of Excellence, Stafford)
t: +44 (0)1785 353766
Information Point (Centre of Excellence, Shrewsbury)
Shrewsbury (Royal Shrewsbury Hospital)
Mytton Oak Road, Shrewsbury
t: +44 (0)1743 261136
Intermitting means that students take a break from their studies because of illness, financial or personal reasons. See either:
Student Guidance Advisors or Students’ Union Student Advice Centre.
Or alternatively speak to your Personal Tutor.
Visit Students' Union Academic Procedures Web Page for information.
University withdrawal/intermitting procedure, follow the steps below...
Before you do anything else, seek advice, guidance and information on available options (see Guidance).
Log onto the e:VisionStaffs Portal, go to the 'My Course' section and under the 'Thinking about leaving, changing your course or study mode or having a break from your course', click on the contact form and complete the details requested.
- If you have not already spoken to a Student Guidance Advisor, they will then contact you to discuss your request in more detail.
E200, Cadman Building
t: 01782 294400
Affiliated to the UK Council for Overseas Students (UKCISA)
International Student Support
International Student Support offers:
Workshops and surgeries
International Student Advisor
The University’s International Student Advisors are based in International Student Support. They can provide immigration advice and general support to all international students.
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