University Centre Askham Bryan (Askham Bryan College)

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1. Wellbeing and Mental Health Support

The Wellbeing Team can work with you, through the referral process, to help you understand the difficulties you are facing and put the support you need in place. This support could be wellbeing chats, regular support or professional counselling.

We have a team of Wellbeing Co-ordinators to ensure you receive the right kind of support at the right time.

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2. Student Finance

University Centre Askham Bryan will be as supportive as possible to help you manage your finances in relation to your studies and associated subsistence costs.

There are costs associated with studying and you will be advised of these during the application process and again prior to enrolment. The fees you will be charged will relate to government guidance on funding. You can find out more by viewing our fees information and programme specific costs below.

Students should feel confident that the College will provide open and transparent advice and guidance regarding scholarships, bursaries and hardship funds that you may be eligible to apply for.

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3. Inclusive Services

The College has a specialist Team in our Learning Support Department who work closely with students to provide appropriate support that suit their needs. It is advisable to speak to the Team as soon as possible and preferably well in advance of starting your programme of study so that arrangements can be put into place.

Support can include informal study skill support, helping students to applying for DSA allowance or signposting for more specialised support.

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4. Careers Support

In addition to the support given by subject specialist staff throughout all module teaching, especially within the placement modules, the College also offers a Careers Service which interfaces with employers and promotes employment opportunities within the College and to our graduates.

The HE Careers Service delivers embedded careers education where students can access further information, advice and guidance in support of their personal progression plan – be this post graduate education, graduate schemes, enterprise support, volunteering and gap experiences or further job applications and interview preparation.

The service offers a year round programme of careers events to include a Graduate Careers Fair, Interview Workshops, Enterprise Days, Industry Guest Speakers, CV and Job Application Workshops and Post Graduate course application support. This is in addition to one-to-one careers and progression interviews, a virtual jobs board advertising graduate jobs, graduate scheme and internship opportunities.

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Last reviewed: 8 April 2024