Each student is allocated a personal tutor who will be your official first point of contact for advice and support for any issues which may affect your studies.
You can find the contact details for your personal tutor on your Student Record. If you do not have a personal tutor or do not know who your personal tutor is you should contact your departmental professional services team by email: email@example.com
Regular meetings with your personal tutor are scheduled by the department but you can contact your personal tutor at any time by email to arrange an appointment.
You can also arrange to see the relevant Senior Tutor for the Department about any concerns about the performance of your personal tutor. Please also see the personal tutor guidelines page in the Faculty Handbook which outlines your responsibilities, the responsibilities of your tutor and the procedure if you encounter problems with your tutor.
A number of our postgraduate taught students consider applications to do PhD research, either at King's or elsewhere, and personal tutors can help you to formulate ideas for research proposals and generally offer advice about the admissions process.
All tutors have designated office hours for appointments.
However, if you have an urgent issue you should contact them straight away: the best means of contact is usually email.
If you have specific access requirements, then please contact your personal tutor, who will be able to suggest an accessible meeting room.
Tutors are often called upon to write references or to speak on your behalf, so it is in your interest to maintain regular contact and keep them informed of your various activities and achievements.
Requests for references should normally be addressed in the first instance to your personal tutor, however you may also wish to ask the staff member most familiar with your academic work (in which case you should notify your personal tutor).