Set up your DSA support

Please complete the form below to set up your DSA funded support. You will need a copy of the letter sent to you by your funding body which approves your DSA funded support. This is often referred to as a DSA2 letter. Students funded by a Research Council do not get a funding approval letter, so should call or email us directly to set up their support.

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Preferred method of contact*
Select your funding body from the list. If not, or if you don't know who is funding your application, select 'Other / don't know'
This is the letter that was sent to you by your funding body confirming that the funding for your support has been approved.
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This will be on the funding approval (DSA2) letter from your funding body.
Course Level*
Specialist support type*
Please select the type(s) of specialist support that you have been approved DSA funding for - this will be listed in your DSA2 letter if you're unsure In the roles listed below, SpLD refers to students with specific learning difficulties, ASC refers to students with autism spectrum condition, and MH refers to students with mental health conditions
For us to match you with the appropriate Mentor and/or Study Skills Tutor
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I’m so thankful that I’ve been able to receive specialist mentoring because of the wonderful personalised support that has helped me get through university
Some days I’ve been feeling down, but after my session I leave feeling infinitely better because it’s an outlet for whatever’s on my mind and my mentor’s warmth and enthusiasm is really uplifting.
Cansu T, Zoology Student
I have massively benefitted from the help that my mentor has offered
and she has really helped me be the best I can be during a crazy four years of uni!
Laura D - BA French & Spanish
Laura D
With the help of my mentor I have done things I didn't think I'd be able to
like present a poster at a conference, and now, I am a PhD student and the happiest I've ever been.
Oliver B - Phd Student
I can’t stress enough how much Specialist Mentoring had a positive impact on my university experience
Mentoring taught me so much: how to manage my time better, how to revise efficiently, and most importantly, how to cope with my anxiety on a day-to-day basis. Specialist Mentoring made my university experience a positive one, and I don’t think I would be the person I am today without it.
Sara G - MA Sports Journalism
Sarah G
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