My course

How to access your timetable and what to do if there is a problem.

Student Support Services offer help and support for the duration of your course.

We operate on both campuses, providing help and support for the duration of your course - make sure you know how to find us.

One-off sessions where you can turn up on the day and see one of our specialist advisers.

The benefits of your SHUcard and what to do if you lose it.

How to add your timetable to the 'my schedule' module in SHUgo.

Depending on your course, you may have to choose your modules on paper or via my Student Record. Here's a quick guide to the process...

There are certain criteria which must be met in order to change elective modules.

There are certain criteria which must be met in order to change seminar groups.

SHUgo is the campus app that brings SHU to smartphones and mobile devices.

Practical information once you have made the decision to withdraw from your course.

Some of the main points to consider if you are thinking about changing course...

Where to go for impartial help and advice.

What to do if you have a medical condition or have been ill.

What to do if your tutor / lecturer doesn't turn up for a meeting / lecture.

If you wish to comment on any element of your course or University services there are a number of ways you can do this.

How your personal data is treated within Student Support Services.

Erasmus provides grants for students who want to go on work placement in a European country as part of their course.