Advisers of Studies
If you have questions or concerns about your course of study or feel you are struggling with a course, you should contact your Adviser of Studies to discuss options.
If you are unsure who your Adviser of Studies is - log into your MyCampus Student Centre to find out.
If you are considering leaving your course, you should discuss this with your supervisor, student counsellor, Adviser of Studies or:
- in the case of Medical or Dental students, the Dean of the College
- in the case of Nursing Students, the Head of School
- and in the case of Veterinary Students, theCollege Director of Student Support Services, who may be able to help you decide on your best course of action.
International students who require a visa to study in the UK are strongly advised to consult the International Student Support Team based in the Fraser Building.
If you are considering withdrawing fromyour programme this will have implications for their entitlement to remain in the UK. If you withdraw permanently or temporarily from your studies you will not be studying full-time and as such, no longer fulfil the requirements of the immigration rules as a student.
In these circumstances the UK government will expect you to make arrangements to return to your home country as soon as possible. You should not stay in the UK, even if your student visa has not expired. If you remain in the UK you will be in breach of the immigration rules and could be removed from the country. Any future UK immigration applications may be affected.
The University is now required to inform the UK Border Agency if you withdraw from your course.
If you decide to withdraw
If after discussing your situation you do decide to withdraw, you must let the Registry know so that any refund of fees due may be made to you.
To do this please complete a withdrawal form which is available from the Service Desk on Level 2 of the Fraser Building or may be downloaded from the Registry Forms webpage. Please send the completed withdrawal form and your student ID card to:
Registry (Fees Team)
University of Glasgow
or fax to +44 (0)141-330-3542
If you decide to re-enter the University following your withdrawal, you should contact the Senior Adviser in your previous College for advice about re-admission.