Discovering that a significant change has been made to your degree course can be frustrating – especially if the cost or location changes. Our guides explain your rights as a student and can help you complain if your course changes.
- I want to appeal my grade, how do I do that?
- How to complain if a change is made to my degree course?
- Letter appealing a degree or module result
A missed A-level grade can be the difference between being accepted onto your university course or not. Every year thousands of students appeal an unexpectedly low grade through their school. Find out how by reading our guides.
It can be disappointing if your GCSE grades are not what you had expected or had been predicted. If you’re unhappy with a GSCE grade, you can contest it. Our guides show you how.
Where you live as a student is a huge part of your college experience. Whether you’re living on campus or renting privately, our guides can help if something goes wrong. We can help resolve disputes and problems in student accommodation.
If you've booked a course outside of work to learn a new subject or have fun meeting new people, you have rights if something goes wrong.