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Our main city campus is in Stoke-on-Trent. We also have our Centre of Excellence in Healthcare Education, located in Stafford.
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Welcome to the research community at Staffordshire University, we're excited for you to further your study with us.
As part of the admissions process, you will already have built relationships with your supervisory team, and they will provide a local induction within your School. The Code of Practice for Postgraduate Research Programmes outlines what you can expect from us and how your research journey with us will be supported.
We do appreciate that PGR students may require different support services than our undergraduate students which is where the Graduate School comes in as a source of information and guidance regarding your central induction, career and development needs and support needs.
Following the specialist induction in your School, you will be invited to a centralised Graduate School Induction event (14th October for semester one starters), where you will get to meet postgraduate researchers from across the University and the Graduate School team.
The Library and Learning Services team is here to support you throughout your academic journey and to help you access the resources and gain the skills you need to reach your full potential. The library's Academic Skills guides offer the key information to make studying easier and give a comprehensive guide to the learning resources and services we offer.
If you have issues with welfare, then we have a service that can help. Whether your concerns are related to your course, careers, money matters, physical health, disability or wellbeing, whatever the issue, we'll help you get the right support.
If you want to look at the support we offer in more detail then browse our current student support pages which help with all issues affecting your studies and your student life.
The Postgraduate Students' Network is for those Postgraduate Taught and Research to come together, discuss and share their experiences, as well as helping figure out how the SU can help better these experiences. This can range from social activities to forum-like feedback events. It's a great place to meet postgraduate students outside of your academic school and make connections across our research community.
Our Ofsted rated 'Outstanding' nursery provides full day-care for children ages 0 to 5 and is available for students, staff and members of the local community. Full and part time sessions are available, so be sure to request a place as soon as you can.
On campus, we have plenty of places to unwind and relax outside of your working day. Our cafes and bars are great spaces to meet with friends and colleagues, while nature reserve and sports centre help to improve the wellbeing of your mind and body.
If you choose to live in our accommodation, access to the Sir Stanley Matthews Sports Centre is completely free. With cardiovascular, resistance, strength and conditioning equipment alongside a 'Spin Zone', football pitches and sports halls, there's something for everyone.
Catch some of the latest releases alongside up and coming indie films, and even student-made productions at our very own film theatre. With tickets starting from just £5, it's not to be missed.
Café and bar at the heart of the College Road site, serving up the ultimate burger, karaoke and quizzes.
Based on our Leek Road campus, LRV and Verve are home to fresh dining, legendary freakshakes and our club nights.
A licensed fusion eatery on College Road serving build-your-own options including Tex-Mex burritos and indulgent loaded fries.
Healthy smoothies, hearty oatcakes and the best coffee around can be found in Squeezebox on College Road campus.
A contemporary “lounge style” café located in the entrance to the library serving COSTA coffee; with a range of fantastic impulse cakes and home baked snacks.
Brindley Food Court is a modern 200 seated facility with a full Deli, Fairtrade Grumpy Mule Coffee and more.
Based in the Cadman Library, our Headspace areas are a quieter, restful place to think and relax with jigsaws, novels and more.
Owned and managed by the University, the Reserve is bordered to the north by the River Trent and to the South by an area of grassland used for teaching and research.
Find out more about our Nature Reserve.
Stoke-on-Trent is a diverse, lively city, with plenty of places to relax and have fun. With everything from beautiful green spaces, shopping centres and restaurants to theme parks and a thriving nightlife, Staffordshire has so much to offer.
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