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Once you are a fully-fledged Nottingham student, you’ll have access to a wide range of support services, including help from our support and wellbeing officers, who work alongside your personal tutor, supervisor and other university support services, which include:

 

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Learn what it's like to study here from students who are doing it.

Want to find out what uni’s really like? Chat to a student currently studying with us via Unibuddy for answers to your questions and insight into what it’s like to live and study at the University of Nottingham. Sign up to Unibuddy and you’ll be matched with the best students for you to talk to.

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Our students have also blogged about their experiences, sharing advice and useful tips about starting at university. You’ll find lots more useful posts like the ones below, on the student life blog.

A guide to freshers' fear

Freshers' week will help you to kick start your time at university – but it can also seem like a daunting concept. First year English student Bethany shares her advice.

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Making the most of the summer before university

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Skills to perfect before coming to university

From speed-reading, personal finance and how to cook – perfect these skills before starting at uni.

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Peer mentoring

All students have access to university support services, however those on some courses will also be able to take part in the peer mentoring scheme. A peer mentor is a second or final year student on your course, who can share their skills and knowledge about studying and living in Nottingham, and support you as you find your feet at uni.

If your course runs a peer mentoring scheme, you will be matched with your mentor during your first week, and you'll be able to meet them, along with your fellow mentees. This information will be sent you via your university email address.

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