Help and support is always close at hand at Cranfield University, whether you need assistance with your studies or to make the most of your time on campus.
Student Advice Centres
There are Student Advice Centres at both Cranfield and Shrivenham and are a central source of information for students. They offer professional and confidential advice, such as the coordination of disability and learning support, and guidance to you make the most of your time at Cranfield University and to access the many resources available on campus.
If you have any queries please contact the Student Advice Centre.
We provide a rich collection of specialist library resources and services to support your academic work. You can search nearly 200 academic and leading commercial databases, enabling you to find current, relevant information and explore applied subjects in great depth. This will not only help you succeed at Cranfield but potential employers will value your familiarity with the specialist resources widely used within their industry.
Our dedicated Information Specialists for your subject area will work closely with your academic team and spend time in your department to help you. They offer group teaching and one-to-one support to learn how to use our services and resources.
Key resources include:
- British Standards Online,
- IEEE Xplore,
- IMechE Conference Proceedings,
- Mintel reports,
- Thomson Reuters,
- Springer and Wiley,
- Access to over 22,000 eJournals.
For further information please visit the Libraries page.
We provide excellent systems and services, and friendly support to show you how to use them. Whether you want to use high performance computing facilities and leading industry software, develop your IT skills, or just connect to the network, we can help. We provide high speed networking and wireless connectivity, giving you with access to a wealth of online services including our virtual learning environments, library resources, secure file store and university email. For more information and contact details go to IT support.
This plays an important networking role, working closely with students, staff and potential employers to improve student employability skills and career opportunities. Our services are available to all current students, both full or part-time, and we also support alumni for up to three years after graduation. See the Careers Service page for more information.
This is available on +44 (0)1234 758008 from Monday to Thursday, 9.00am to 5.00pm, and Fridays from 9.00am to 4.30pm, or you can submit an email enquiry at any time and we will respond within five working days. We can help with questions about:
- The courses we offer,
- Funding opportunities,
- How to apply,
- Open days,
- Visas and immigration.
Take a virtual 360° tour of the Kings Norton Library below.