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For Taught Students

We aim to help students maximise their academic potential and get the most benefit from their programme of study and university experience. In line with our strategic goals of excellence in learning and teaching, we seek to enhance the student experience by creating a learning and teaching environment, and culture, that is dynamic, accessible and inclusive.

Career Services and Presentations

Information about the University's career service and employer presentations.


The University's only Student Computing Society

Coursework and Projects

Assessment, feedback and forms to be submitted with your coursework.

FAQ for Informatics Student Services

Our students' Frequently Asked Questions to Student Services answered


Feedback mechanisms and standards

Forms and Questionnaires

Forms: Course Feedback, Library Book Request and Future Plans.

Personal Tutoring Statement

An explanation of the role of a Personal Tutor and description of how each undergraduate and taught postgraduate student interacts with their Personal Tutor.

Personal Tutoring Statement - Staff Supplement

Further details on personal tutoring. These are primarily intended for Personal Tutors, but will also be of interest to students and to other staff in Informatics and across the University.

Publishing Online

The school and university host a range of platforms for online interaction.

Hoppers: Women in Informatics

A network for women students who enjoy doing Computer Science

Scholarships for Undergraduate Students

How to apply for a scholarship.

Student Prizes

Prizes and Class Medals for Informatics Students.

Student Representation

Student reps are an active link between staff and students in Informatics.

Student Representation: Being a Rep

Information for anyone interested in becoming a student representative.

Student Support Summary

Information on the range of student support services that exist within the School and across the University to give practical help and advice and enhance your experience as a part of the student community!

University Advice and Support

Information on study skills and further online learning resources, workshops and courses can be found by following this link.

Teaching Facilities

Resources for students: Laboratories, Computing Support, InfBase and the Forum.

Guidelines on Plagiarism

This page gives general information as well as a link to the procedure for academic misconduct.

Student Exchange Programmes

Information on student exchange programmes available to students.

Students on a Tier 4 Visa

Important information for students on a Tier 4 Visa