Southampton Solent University is one of the UK's newest universities.
They offer 16,000 students a choice of courses ranging from foundation 'level zero' years that lead onto degree courses, to master's degrees and PhDs, plus a variety of professional and short courses.
They are friendly, open and supportive.
The University's vocational and professional strength is rooted deep within its history and the legacy from the art, technology and nautical studies colleges it evolved from.
They provide support for students throughout the whole span of their time at the University - from application, arrival and induction through to the successful completion of their studies.
The staff offers information, advice and guidance on a range of topics. They also provide a selection of leaflets and arrange appointments and access to the following services:
Careers & Jobshop -This service is dedicated to helping a student at every stage of their career planning.
Group of students Chaplaincy - Support to students of all faiths or none.
Counselling - The Counsellors give a student the opportunity to talk confidentially about difficulties and concerns, with someone who is professionally trained to listen.
Funding - They offer information, advice and guidance on all aspects of student funding, including student loans, state benefits and the Access to Learning Fund.
International Advice - They give advice and guidance on immigration, visa applications, home office regulations and issues relating to international students studying in the UK.
Mental Health Service - An assessment and support service for students who experience mild to moderate mental health difficulties.
Student Affairs - They offer impartial information and advice on using the appropriate University procedures for non-academic complaints or problems relating to University life.
Study Assistance - Support for students across the University on study-related matters. Tutors provide guidance and can help you develop key skills required at university level, including maths.