An adviser can only provide advice within their level of competency as outlined by the OISC (Office of the Immigration Services Commissioner). We hope you will find all the information you require within these international student pages and our Student Directory. If you can’t find what you are looking for or need further guidance you will be able to follow the links within the pages to relevant team. Advice is offered by specialists within the University’s Admissions and International Services teams and the Student’s Union SU Advice service, the team you contact will depend on the nature of your enquiry and your student status.
If your enquiry is about another category of the UK’s Immigration Rules or it is beyond our level of competency, you will need to seek advice from elsewhere. Some organisations offer advice to students free of charge but others will charge a fee for their services, please check what their charges are likely to be before instructing them to act on your behalf.
The Office of the Information Services Commissioner (OISC) provides information on the regulation of immigration advice services in the UK and finding a registered immigration specialist. The OISC is responsible for regulating immigration advisers by ensuring they are fit and competent and act in the best interests of their clients.