It’s important to remember that we offer a wide range of student services and it is important to seek advice at the earliest opportunity to ensure that we can support your needs.

If you have any issues you wish to discuss prior to joining us, or to find out more about the particular services, please contact: ukadmissions@sae.edu

Meet the Student Experience team

Every SAE Institute campus has a Student Experience Officer who can help with day to day academic and library support.

Student Experience Officers are here to assist you with your assessments, particularly with essays and presentation skills. If you have questions regarding the subjects you are studying they will be able to direct you to the relevant lecturers for assistance and can also suggest suitable reading.

If you are struggling to manage your assignments, or want a fresh pair of eyes to read over that all important essay, then a Student Experience Officer should be your first point of contact.

When your course begins, if necessary they can create a Student Support Plan to assist with your studies.

If you have listed a learning disability on your application our support officers will arrange a meeting during enrolment and induction to discuss any assistance that you may need during your studies

"Welcome and congratulations on successfully applying and gaining entry to SAE, you are about to embark on a truly creative and practical journey that will open up a new world of opportunities for you to explore. Prepare to be challenged and stimulated and remember to love what you do!"

Adam Lowe, Student Experience Manager, SAE Institute UK

a.lowe@sae.edu

Glasgow

r.austin@sae.edu

Robyn Austin

Student Experience Officer

 

Liverpool

k.dee-floyd@sae.edu

Kelsey Dee-Floyd

Financial Student Experience Officer

"Welcome to SAE Institute! I would like to congratulate you on taking the next step toward achieving your goals. Here at SAE we encourage you to be fiercely creative and ambitious, as Student Experience Officer I am here to support you in all your ventures whether that be academically, financially or creatively. We wish you all the luck in the world during your study with us and even beyond once you become alumni. Take every opportunity that crosses your path over the next two years, this is your time to carve your path as a creative professional. I look forward to seeing you around campus!"

 

Liverpool

a.hannah@sae.edu

Alex Hannah

Academic Student Experience Officer

Congratulations, well done and welcome to SAE Institute! You've taken the first step in advancing your skill set as a professional creative in the field of Audio, Film, Animation, Web or Music Business! I am the Academic Student Experience officer for Liverpool and I offer academic support every step of the way in your life as a student. If you ever need any help, want a chat or want a refresher on essay writing skills; I'm your guy! Can't wait to see you flourish and excel in all your creative endeavors moving forwards!

 

Oxford

t.bennett@sae.edu

Tracey Bennett

Student Experience Officer

Congratulations on gaining a place to study at SAE Institute...welcome!

You now have an amazing opportunity to develop and build your skills and knowledge; and to take that important first step on your journey to a career in creative media.

I am the Student Experience Officer at SAE Oxford. Please drop by for a chat when you are on campus or contact me on the email above if you'd like to discuss anything. I am here to provide support and advice on academic, financial and welfare issues and can usually be found in the student support room on the first floor.

I'm here to help you get the most out of your time at SAE, and I look forward to seeing you soon!

London

e.nwolie@sae.edu

Eddie Nwolie

Lead Student Experience Officer

“''We'd like to wish you a very warm welcome to SAE Institute. It's a pleasure to have you on board. We are looking forward to seeing you in September and helping you achieve your goals at SAE.”

 

London

a.nnamchi@sae.edu

Angela Nnamchi

Financial Student Experience Officer

"Welcome to SAE Institute, where we make dreams a reality, we are all looking forward to you joining us in September. Get ready to work hard and have fun with other creative professionals. See you all in September."

 

London

m.kibble@sae.edu

Matthew Kibble

Academic Student Experience Officer

“Welcome to SAE Institute! We are excited to help you take the first steps in your journey in the creative media industry, and want you to know that we are here to help make achieving your goals as easy as it can be.”

The Student Experience team are able to offer SAE Institute students a free and confidential, professional advice service on issues such as:

  • Sources of funding - including fee status, eligibility, and the effect on funding of changing course or previous study
  • Problems with fees and funding
  • Money management
  • Immigration and other issues relevant to international students
  • Entitlement to state benefits and tax credits
  • Housing rights

In addition to the support and guidance of the Student Experience team, SAE students have access to the online mental health and wellbeing platform, Big White Wall.

Big White Wall is an anonymized 24/7 online global community where students can receive peer support and guidance, moderated by trained mental health professionals, as well as access a wide range of self-resilience building courses.

Students can access the service whenever they are struggling to sleep, feeling low, stressed or unable to cope. Most members report feeling better and more able to cope with their workloads as a result of using the service and nearly 90% use Big White Wall outside of 9.00 - 5.00 pm.

Students can access Big White Wall by signing up on www.bigwhitewall.com under ‘organisation’ with their SAE issued email address (ending in saeinstitute.edu).

STUDENTS WITH DISABILITIES

SAE Institute has links with many external providers to help support students with disabilities throughout their studies.

Disabled Students Allowance (DSA)

Students can apply for funding called Disabled Students Allowance (DSA) to cover the costs of any external help or extra equipment they may need.

Many of our students receive help from DSA funding and have regular meetings with external support workers provided by specialists like Clear Links.

You can apply for DSA funding separately or alongside your loan from student finance. It is important that you do this prior to the start of term to ensure support will be in place.

Information and guidance on how to apply

Disabled Students Allowance for individuals studying at SAE Institute is available through our partner Middlesex University and the North London Regional Access Centre (NLRAC).

If you believe that you're eligible for DSA and would like to arrange an assessment or find out more, please visit the below links.

North London Regional Access Centre (NLRAC)
NLRAC Contact Details
About the assessment

Questions or Concerns

If you have any questions please get in touch with a Student Experience Officer using their details above.