All students face issues whilst at University form difficulties with teaching practices to falling out with your landlord. However you don’t need to face these problems alone and in most cases, UPSU Advice is here to help.
The UPSU Advice Centre is a free, independent, confidential, impartial Advice service, available to all students regarding any aspect of their life. Our advisors are available for students to drop in and see, email or call.
The service can be described as the ‘Citizens Advice Bureau for students’ with advice on student funding, academic, housing, welfare benefits, legal, debt being the key areas that students access the centre for.
Whilst a lot of the work the Advice Centre deals with is student issues, they are also full of helpful and friendly advice. Often running campaigns and competitions, such as ways to help you save money, for you to get involved in. Remember to follow on Twitter and Facebook for all the latest help and advice.
You can contact the Advice Centre between 0930 – 1630 Monday – Friday (times may change over the term). firstname.lastname@example.org @upsu_advice 01752 588380 0800 953 0155