The University of Liverpool regards the role of the Academic Advisor as a fundamental component of the relationship between academic teaching staff and students. It is an important contributor to a positive student experience.
You can find more information on the role you will play as an Academic Advisor and how that role is defined by your School or department below.
The links on the left hand column will take you directly to the relevant University web pages. The links on the right hand side will provide some more details on the support services available.
To download the appropriate handbook, select from below:
Core Academic Advising Handbook
Faculty of Health and Life Sciences
- School of Dentistry
- School of Health Science
- School of Life Sciences
- School of Medicine
- School of Psychology
- School of Veterinary Science
Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences
- Histories, Languages and Cultures
- Management School
- School of Law and Social Justice
- School of the Arts
Faculty of Science and Engineering
- Computer Science
- School of Engineering
- Electrical Engineering & Electronics
- School of Environmental Science
Watch a video introduction to the role of the academic advisor, below.