A member of the Registry administrative staff serves as Clerk for each of the various undergraduate degrees and, working through the Senate Office, will continually maintain contact with students and their Advisers of Studies in relation to students' curriculum and progress. The Clerks also provide administrative support and guidance for non-graduating students who are studying within their particular area. Part-time students can also obtain guidance from KEY Learning Opportunities and full-time students from the International Office within Student Recruitment and Admissions Service or the SOCRATES unit within the Registry, as appropriate. Administrative support for postgraduate students is provided by the Assistant Registrar in Postgraduate Registry.
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The Director of Studies (Advising) is a member of academic staff appointed to oversee the Advising system within each area of study. In Divinity, Education, Law and Medicine, this role is undertaken by the Convener of the Undergraduate Programme Committee.
For further details on the role of the Director of Studies (Advising), see the Job Description. Contact with the Director of Studies (Advising) can be made through the Clerk for your Degree.