Student and Academic Services
- Student record administration
(e.g personal details, study status, visas, request references or transcripts)
- Course structures and specifications
- Student regulations
- Exams and assessment
- Codes of academic practice
The David Wilson Library provides a range of resources to support your learning and research while studying with us.
The Careers Service provides a range of services to help you develop your academic skills. They offer workshops, guides and training in various aspects of academic study. If you are a research postgraduate Student Development can also help you to develop your research skills.
The Education Unit is provided by the Students’ Union. The aim of the Unit is to provide an impartial and confidential academic advice service to students across the University on such topics as changing course, how to report mitigating circumstances and academic appeals.
The Unit is open weekdays from 10.00am to 4.00pm. This service as available to all students. You can either pop in or book an appointment in advance using the above contact details.
Percy Gee Building
Tel: 0116 223 1132
IT Services provide information to help you use all IT facilities, including Blackboard, printing, passwords, file store, email, guidance on viruses and other common activities.
The AccessAbility Centre offers a range of services to all students who have a disability or a specific learning difficulty such as dyslexia.
The Graduate School provides a University-wide framework for training, study support, and career preparation, helping postgraduate students achieve their potential.
Graduate School Reading Room
This area is a unique resource and a hub for our postgraduate community. Located in the David Wilson Library, the Reading Room is exclusive to postgraduate students and University staff offering both formal and informal study spaces.
Graduate School Networked Researcher
The Graduate School Networked Researcher is an interactive space in which postgraduate students can experiment with and receive training on new technologies. The GSNR allows early career researchers to experiment with new technologies for academic networking and collaboration, research presentation and dissemination.
Want to learn a new language?
In an age of global communication and multinational companies, knowledge of a foreign language is a vital skill that can add value to a degree in any subject. Being able to speak a foreign language can not only make you stand out from the crowd in the jobs market but is also great fun.
You may want to brush up a language you did in school such as French or Spanish, or you may want to learn a new language such as Arabic or Japanese. Our Languages at Leicester programme provides you with these options.