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I am a mature 2nd-year student, back in education after 24 years of gap. I need support in my studies as it is not easy to get appointments with teachers as they are very busy. So looking for a 3rd-year mentor student in HRM would be helpful for me. This university needs to implement a mentoring system like other universities.


Mentoring system for students struggling with studies and assignments

This Idea for Change opened on 7 Nov 2018 and closed on 21 Nov 2018.

18 students voted on this Idea, giving a score of +29.

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Adam Southall
12:11pm on 10 Jan 19 This Idea is complete. Comments are closed.
Adam Southall
10:31am on 21 Nov 18 This Idea for Change has closed, but comments are still open for discussion on the progress of this Idea.
Henna Saeed
9:42pm on 9 Nov 18 Yes, in some Uni's they get paid which is a good source of income working at uni while studying. Do we still have this buddy scheme at Wolverhampton Uni?
Chad Astbury
7:09pm on 7 Nov 18 In addition to my previous comment, it could also be a way for students to earn a bit of money alongside studies!
Chad Astbury
7:06pm on 7 Nov 18 In previous years there have been schemes set up, but they never seem to last. Within courses (atleast from what I've seen) final year students are encouraged to put on sessions, and most recently there has been a new "buddy" scheme opened. I do agree however, there should be a university-wide scheme that students can sign up to and put out appointments/tutorial sessions for this sort of thing