Peer Mentoring

Moving to University can be one of the most exciting times of your life! At the University of Chester we want every student to get the most out of their University experience. Our Peer Mentoring scheme matches current students with brand new ones, and encourages flexible interaction between students. Peer Mentors can help with all sorts of queries, from social issues, to money, living and study related queries. Get involved to make the most out of University!


 

Get a Mentor

Moving to University is one of the most exciting times of your life! Sign-up to our mentoring scheme and get the most out of your time at Chester. A Mentor can answer questions you have and enhance your experience in a number of areas

  • Social – Explore the available clubs and societies, how to get involved and meet like-minded people.
  • Money – Student loans are great, but if it gets tricky, our mentors can point you in the direction of advice.
  • Living – Leaving home is exciting, but can be hard. Ask a mentor where best to go in Chester and where to find off campus accommodation.
  • Study – Get useful tips on workload planning and time management. Also find out about our great study skills service

Get a Mentor

Be a Mentor

Here's a brief overview of what it's like to be a mentor:

  • Before your mentee arrives at University - Starting from August, you will communicate by email with students before they arrive at Chester, answer questions and share your experiences of your first days.
  • After your mentee arrives at University - Once new students arrive at Chester, what happens next is a little more up to you. Continue to contact students by email or arrange to meet for a coffee, or at another convenient place. The key is to develop an effective relationship with students to help them find their feet at Chester.

You will receive expert training, skills development, on-going support from our dedicated mentoring team and plenty of free merchandise. Log volunteering hours towards the University’s UCV Awards scheme and collect points for the Chester Difference Award.

Click here to Be a Mentor

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