You can get in touch with AUSA Advice for support with anything from academic advice, health & wellbeing to housing and accommodation needs.
You can ask us anything and if we don’t have an answer, we'll put you in touch with someone who does.
You can contact the AUSA Advice team via email at firstname.lastname@example.org or send us a message on WhatsApp to 01224 274200.
AUSA Advice offers the following free and impartial advice to students:
AUSA Advice can support you if you have an issue you would like to raise with the University, by advising on the University appeals and complaints policies and procedures.
If an allegation of academic misconduct has been made against you, AUSA can also support you through this.
If you would like to submit an appeal or complaint, AUSA can review your documents and evidence, provide tailored advice on your case and attend any meetings with you.
Read more on the AUSA website and check out AUSA Academic Survival Guide here.
AUSA Advice can provide information and advice on different types of accommodation.
Whether you are looking for private accommodation, or you just need information about types of accommodation, guarantors, council tax or your rights as a tenant – they are here to help.
Find out more on the AUSA website and check out AUSA Accommodation Guide here. Looking to rent privately? Click here to have a look at the list of available accommodations.
Health & Wellbeing
AUSA Advice can provide information on mental health and a wide variety of wellbeing related issues. We also offer information on sexual health and provide access to free sanitary products.
Visit the AUSA website to find more issue specific information.
EU/International Students Hardship Fund
Aberdeen University Students’ Association, in partnership with the University's Student Advice & Support Office administer a discretionary fund for EU and international students who find themselves in times of unexpected financial hardship. You can get more information on this fund by emailing email@example.com or on the AUSA website here.