We’ve all adapted to new and different ways of living, studying and working, and our priority is to give you a great student experience through flexible high-quality teaching and learning methods, opportunities to enjoy student life to the full, and the chance to gain skills for your future career.
We want to make sure you get all the support you need and that there’s a welcoming university community for you here at DMU, so if you have any questions, please don’t hesitate to get in touch with us – we’re with you every step of the way.
For information about your timetable, university procedures, forms, regulations, where to go for more specialist support or any other day-to-day questions you may have, contact your faculty’s student advice centre via the details below:
Get tips and advice from your student handbook
To help you make the most out of these new ways of learning, we’ve worked closely with our current students to create this student handbook, where you can find everything you need to know about studying online at DMU, including:
- Information on your online pre-induction
- A glossary of the types of online sessions you’ll experience
- Top tips for learning online
- Where to go for support
- Self-assessment tools to help you reflect on your skills
We’re also working on a handbook specifically for Postgraduate Research students, which will be available soon.
Your student handbook