Our commitments to our students
These are our commitments to you – we will discuss these with you early in the academic year. We will also discuss what you need to do to ensure that you get the best of out of your course.
For more information on this partnership approach, and the basis of these commitments, see our Student Charter.
Our courses are designed to help you thrive by becoming part of our Hallam learning community, supported by and collaborating with staff and other students. Find out how to get involved in the Hallam community.
We will explain how your course will be delivered and how we expect you to engage with your studies. If we need to make changes, we will inform you in advance and respond to your question and concerns in a timely way. Read more about studying at Hallam.
Your feedback on your course is important to us. It helps us to keep what you value, while enabling us to make improvements together. We welcome your feedback either directly or through student representatives. We will respond to your feedback promptly and explain how it will be acted upon.
We will explain how and when you will be assessed on your course. We will support you to succeed in your assessments, and give you feedback within three weeks of submission (unless a later date has been communicated in advance).
Three advisers are ready to support you: an academic adviser will help with your studies, a student support adviser will provide personal advice or support, and an employability advisor will give careers advice.