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You can book an appointment with us by calling, emailing or just popping in. Appointments last one hour and, like all our other services, are completely confidential. For quick queries, we offer 15 minute drop in appointments, during term time, at varying times through the week. Please check our opening times as drop in sessions are subject to change. Please note: drop in appointments aren't available for housing queries.

You must let us know, when booking an appointment, whether you have been to seek advice from another advice agency. 

Information for Parents

For parents and their daughter or son, the process of moving away from the family home can be difficult on many levels, in both emotional, financial and practical terms. 

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Need some advice on Appeals or PECs?

Sometimes things go wrong during your time at University. We hope they don't, but we're here to help if things become a struggle!

EU Referendum: what we know for EU students

Read the seven principles and proposals that UKCISA has put forward to address the extensive concerns about the effect of Brexit on the continued mobility of international students – including young academics and researchers – and in particular on the position of EU and EEA nationals, and their dependants, who are currently in the UK.

Students needed for a study on international and EU student experience in the UK

niversity of Roehampton are looking for participants to complete a survey exploring student wellbeing, cultural differences and coping in stressful situations.

They’re asking students across the UK to take part, and hope that the information gathered will help to better support students like you in the future.

The survey will take 25-30 minutes to complete, and if you leave your email address at the end you will be in with a chance of winning a £30 Amazon voucher!


In an open letter published this morning (Wednesday), Russell Group Chair Professor Sir David Greenaway and Acting Director Dr Tim Bradshaw called for urgent assurances from ministers over the rights of citizens of other EU member states and reiterated the commitment of Russell Group universities to maintaining research ties with partners across Europe.


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