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University Counselling Service: The Counselling Service offers a confidential, high standard of service in counselling for those who are finding that their difficulties are hard to manage and/or affecting their studies.
Choosing and Registering with a Doctor: includes advice sent to all new students at the start of the year regarding registration with a doctor.
Disability Support: If you have a recognised impairment, or are experiencing unexpected difficulties with your studies, please contact Disability Support to find out how they can help you. Their service is friendly, informal and professional. They provide confidential support individually tailored to your specific needs.
Student Immigration and Financial Support Office (SIFSO): The Student Immigration and Financial Support Office (SIFSO) provides advice for international students looking to Study at Durham and for those who are trying to extend their leave to remain in the UK to study and works with Departments across the University to ensure compliance with Home Office regulations.
Careers, Employability and Enterprise Centre (CEEC): The Centre is able to support you in researching your career ideas, developing skills for employment, applying for jobs and further study and meeting potential employers.
Police University Liaison: The Police University Liaison Officer works with students to help ensure they keep themselves and their property safe.