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Academic Advisers - what are they for?

By ChiUni 31 Aug 2017

When you first start at Chichester you are assigned a lecturer from your department to be your Academic Adviser, they may be called a personal tutor or something different but they are there for the same reason - to support you!

The role of the Academic Adviser is to be a key point of contact between the University and the student, depending on the adviser, you'll meet with them at least once a semester to see how you're doing academically and personally too. 

Beyond the compulsory meetings with your Academic Adviser, it is then up to you as to how many times you see them in between those compulsory meetings - take advantage of having that support! They'll be able to help you feedback on assignments, what things to prioritise/focus on and can even be a reference for you when you graduate!

Don't ever feel like you need to suffer alone - if you're ever struggling with workload, placements or personal issues then your Academic Adviser can be the support you need!

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