Student Wellbeing Advisor
In my role as a Student Wellbeing Advisor, I am an important point of contact for students, providing pastoral support and advice when necessary for all students throughout the student lifecycle. From point of enrolment to graduation, I actively contribute to students’ learning and success.
In some cases if this goes beyond the remit of services or support provided by Student Engagement, Wellbeing and Success (SEWS) it is my duty to refer students to services provided by Bloomsbury Institute such as; Disability Services, Peer Assisted Learning (PAL) and PAL Leaders so that students are appropriately supported and developed in their studies.
I joined Bloomsbury Institute in 2017 working in the Admissions department. Being a Senior Admissions Executive, I contributed to the development of admissions procedures and policies and guaranteed that the mechanism of admissions standards were met and adhered to in comparison to other Higher Education institutions. I then ensured effective and sustainable implementation of the set policies of admissions.
My role also involved the analysis of applications from prospective students, advising and informing students about; the courses offered, the admissions procedures, eligibility and the tuition fees.
I enjoy working alongside companies such UCAS and UK Naric that provide information and admission services for framework of higher education qualifications. Giving advice and opinion on academic, vocational and professional qualifications from all over the world. Allowing me to assist students facilitate educational progression, reaching their full potential and achieving their career goals.
Qualifications, Affiliations and Memberships
Joint BSc in Criminology and Sociology from the University of Kent.