VP Education Kate Roberts is back with the latest in her series of blogs designed to ensure you know your rights when it comes to your academic experience.
At the SU we are here to represent your academic interests and improve your education, a key part of this relies on you, as students, being aware of your rights and what you should expect from your academic experience.
To ensure you have all the tools you need to successfully complete your studies, we've created a dedicated page where all my blogs will be in one place should you ever want to check back over things.
Student Rights Hub
In this blog I am going to give you the lowdown on extensions, when you should apply for one and how you can request them.
Extensions are there for you as students when something unexpected happens. This will probably be a stressful time for you so ensuring you know the process before this happens, and know who to contact for help, is really important. Your personal tutor or course leaders may be able to offer you advice and our Advice Centre at the SU is always here to help you.
If you need help understanding/completing the process or want to discuss extensions please contact the Advice Centre at the SU. They are an independent and confidential service offering impartial advice. You can email them at email@example.com. Alternatively, you can book an appointment via the Students’ Union Helpdesk either in person or by calling 01784 276700.
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