SAC Opening Hours

SAC News

Term Time 2019

The service is open as per the schedule below. With the exception of offered drop-in times, advisers will only be able to help you via booked appointments.

Drop-ins are only for quick queries (up to 15 minutes). Appointments are only available during adviser hours. Please note that due to the very high level of enquiries we sometimes receive, appointments can go very quickly and there may be a wait before you can speak to an adviser. For a contract review, we need 48 hours' notice.

* Housing cannot be covered during drop ins * 

Finally, it is not permitted to book an appointment on someone's behalf. As we are a confidential service, the student in question must contact us directly and we cannot speak with parents, family members or university staff etc.

As a general rule, there is email and telephone cover 9-5pm Mon-Thurs and 9-4.30pm on Fridays.

Commencing 20/05/2019 Reception Hours Appointment Hours Drop Ins
Monday   9am-5pm 10am-4pm SAC 12.30-1.30pm



SAC 12.30-1.30pm

PC Mick Miller 12-2pm

Wednesday 12pm-5pm


Wan (massages) 12-3pm approximately


10am-4pm SAC 1-2pm
Friday 9am-4.30pm 10am-4pm  

Other News

New scholarship opportunity for EU/UK exchange!

A new scholarship exclusively for student exchange between UK and EU universities is now open for applications for 2020. QS Quacquarelli Symonds has launched the QS MoveOn ‘StandOut’ Scholarship in partnership with Universities UK International.

Interested applicants will be asked to complete a 500-800 word blog about why they would like to go abroad. The winner will be selected by UUKi.

Looking - Living - Leaving

Are you moving in or out of your accommodation this summer? Well we can help you! If you need further advice book in with the Student Advice Centre

SFE Postgraduate Master’s Loan applications are now open for 2019/20!

apply online as soon as possible to ensure that funding is approved in time for the start of their course.

Rooms to Rent

Are you looking for a room or are you trying to get rid of one?

Personal Extenuating Circumstances

Unexpected personal circumstances disrupting your studies? Assessments can make life stressful enough without unexpected illness or family situations adding to the pressure.