Support, accessibility and inclusivity

Formation and study in a busy life

We recognise that every one of our students has commitments outside the College – many of you will have families, and be working either full or part-time. We wish to support you in meeting the demands of life whilst you study with us.

Please ask, if you have questions as to ‘study/work/life’ balance. For part-time students, especially, our course structures are specifically designed to fit around your existing commitments.

We also welcome families at open events designed to help them understand your programme.

Contact us if you have questions.

Support with study skills

Our students also bring a diversity of experience and skills with them. You may have studied at degree level or higher, several decades ago, have more recent academic experience, or have none at all.

For some of our students, academic study promises excitement and interest. For others, though, past experience makes the whole idea of study and, especially, writing papers and completing assignment, sound daunting. At St Augustine’s, we value the range of educational experiences you bring, and provide a corresponding range of support from guidance on specific issues to in-depth coaching.

Contact us to discuss your specific needs.