Support available for students Support available for students

Dean of Students

The Dean of Students' Office at UEA provides students with support for a wide range of academic and health issues.

Student Personal Adviser

All ENV students are allocated a member of academic staff as a Personal Adviser.  Your Adviser is the first point of contact in matters relating to academic work and your course of study. Your Adviser can also offer you help and guidance if you find that you are experiencing any difficulties during your time here as a student, and can also offer advice if you find that you are experiencing circumstances that may have affected your performance in any part of your assessment. ENV has a Senior Adviser, Dr Manoj Joshi, who has overall responsibility for matters related to student welfare within the School.

Disability Liaison Officer

ENV has a Disability Liaison Officer, Dr Irene Lorenzoni, who provides staff and students with a point of reference for advice and guidance about disability issues and support. The Disability Liaison Officer liaises regularly with the Dean of Students' Office in relation to general policies and procedures and individual requirements.

Childcare

The UEA has an on-site Nursery available to staff and students.

We have a family room in the basement of the Elizabeth Fry Building which is fitted out for nursing mothers. Please contact the Equality Office via email at equality@uea.ac.uk or telephone Helen Murdoch (Ext 1898) or Matthew Gooch (Ext 7209) to obtain a key. Our office is located adjacent to the Reception in The Registry.

Careers and Employability - Undergraduate and Postgraduate Taught students

We offer support for undergraduate and postgraduate career development – please contact Dr Jenni Turner , ENV Director of Employability, for further information.

The School has a dedicated Careers Adviser – Rachael Rose – and there is a comprehensive careers and employability website available to students.

PhD students

We provide support and mentoring for PhD students. This is delivered by the Personal and Professional Development Programme. PhD students also have access to a dedicated Postgraduate Research Student Careers Advisor, Dr Rebecca Wyand. Further information on careers advice available for PhD students can be found on the Careers and Employability website.

Learning and Teaching Service

The Learning and Teaching Service website offers extensive information regarding all aspects of academic life, including registration, module enrolment, assessments and concessions.