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Advice and Support

Advice and Support

Academic Advice Service, Queen Mary Students’ Union

This service can give you independent advice about your extenuating circumstances application form and the strength of your supporting documentation. You can also get independent advice about your rights and entitlements under the university’s regulations and procedures. To get advice, you need to go to the Academic Advice Services web page and fill out the Academic Representation Form from that page, and then email it to a.c.mitchell@qmul.ac.uk 

QMSU Academic Advice Service
Students’ Union Hub
Mile End campus
020 7882 8042

Student Health Service

This service offers appointments with a doctor or nurse every day during the main university term times. You should register with a doctor as soon as you enrol at Queen Mary. To register at the Student Health Service, you must be living in one of the following postcode areas: E1, E2, E3 and E14. If you live in a different postcode, you should register with a doctor near to where you live.

Student Health Service
Ground floor, Geography building
Mile End campus
020 7882 8710
www.studenthealth.qmul.ac.uk

Disability and Dyslexia Service

This service offers professional advice and support for students with a disability (including a short term disability), specific learning difficulty or ongoing health condition (physical and mental health). You can get advice about what support can be put in place to help you to manage your studies effectively. Contact the service as early as possible, so that your disability or health condition has the least possible negative impact on your studies.

Disability and Dyslexia Service
Second floor, Francis Bancroft building
Mile End campus
020 7882 2756
dds@qmul.ac.uk
www.dds.qmul.ac.uk

Advice and Counselling Service

This service offers professional advice and support for a range of personal, emotional, financial and legal issues (including immigration advice). If you are experiencing any of these difficulties, contact the service as early as possible so that your circumstances have the least possible negative impact on your studies. The service has a lot of information on their website, including guidance on the most common issues that students experience. The service operates within a strict confidentiality policy.

Advice and Counselling Service
Ground floor
Geography building
Mile End campus
020 7882 8717
welfare@qmul.ac.uk
www.welfare.qmul.ac.uk

Residential Support

Students sharing living space with others can sometimes experience conflict or disputes which can have a significant impact on their emotional wellbeing. Queen Mary provides a support service for students living in university residences, to help mediate in these circumstances so that any negative impact on academic work and personal wellbeing can be avoided or reduced. If you are experiencing problems in university residences, contact the Residential Support service as soon as possible so that a remedy can be found.

Residential Support
Residences Reception
France House
Student village
Mile End campus
020 7882 2610
residential-support@qmul.ac.uk


Disclaimer:
Law, regulations and policies can change quickly. The information on our website is given in good faith and has been carefully checked but QMUL cannot accept responsibility for any errors or omissions. QMUL is not responsible for the content or reliability of the linked websites which are provided for further information.

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