Welcome from the Chief Advisor
I am delighted to welcome you to the School of Education and hope that the following information is of help to you.
We hope the time you spend at the University of Glasgow will be enjoyable and successful for you.
Dr Fiona Patrick
School of Education
Undergraduate advisers of studies
All students are allocated an Adviser of Studies during their first week of University. Adviser contact details are shown on your MyCampus Student Centre.
When phoning please prefix extension number with 0141 330 (national) and +44 141 330 (international).
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|Student Counselling Service
65 Oakfield Avenue
|Student Disability Service
John McIntyre Building
|Student Learning Service
McMillan Reading Room
73 Great George Street
3 University Gardens
|Student Service Enquiry Team
Meeting your adviser
You can make an appointment to see your adviser by contacting them directly.
All first year students of the MEduc, MDTechEd and BACD programmes will be notified of an appointment to meet with their adviser in Semester 1. These are normally group appointments and will last for around 20 minutes and it is important that students attend these appointments.
You can also make additional appointments throughout the year to see your adviser by contacting your Adviser directly.
All second, third and fourth year students of the MEduc, MDTechEd and BACD programmes are not allocated appointments but can still arrange to see their adviser by contacting your Adviser directly.
PGDE and BACP students are not allocated appointments but can still arrange to see their adviser by contacting their Adviser directly.
Advisers of studies in the School of Education provide support services as part of the School of Education Student Support Network. The adviser’s role includes helping students with the following:
Student Support and Monitoring of Student Academic Progress
Financial Services and Support
If you wish to use your adviser’s name on an application form that asks you for a referee or point of contact, you must seek your adviser’s permission first.
Change of personal details
Please note that it is your responsibility to keep your address details etc. up to date on your MyCampus student record. Failure to do so may result in you not receiving important information.
Frequently asked advising questions
Many of you will have specific questions that you would like to ask regarding academic and pastoral matters during your programmes of study. Please look through these frequently asked questions and make an appointment with your Advisor of Studies if you would like further advice or clarification on a matter.