Student Advice is the only independent advice and information service exclusively available to Oxford University Students. Our advisors are working remotely at the moment due to the outbreak of Covid-19 and are offering advice by email. We will do our best to reply to you within 2 working days. You can call us during term time. Please also check here updates to our service.
Advice on the Phone (term time only)
There will be no telephone advice on Wednesday 26th May. Please email email@example.com for help and support.
10.30am-12.30pm - Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday in term time
Call an advisor 07436225637 or 07436225630. We'll have an initial chat with you about what you need.
Student Advice can't offer an opinion or legal advice.
Some legal firms will offer an initial short free consultation. Students can find out if the firm they choose offer this service by telephoning the firm directly. It is important to remember that all legal services can carry a cost and to check with the firm carefully before agreeing to any appointments or work to avoid any unexpected charges.
Subject Access Request
What is a subject access request?
A verbal or written request made by someone (the ‘subject’) to see the information held about them (their ‘personal data’). You can make a subject access request to see any comments that have been made on your work. However, we recommend that you email the University for the quickest turn-around.
When should I submit a request?
If you want to see exam-related information, you need to delay your request until you have received the results. The legislation does not oblige the University to respond until after the results have been communicated to the candidates. Whilst you can submit a SAR for as long as the University holds your data, any academic appeals must be made within three months from the time your results are released (please see below for more information on appeals).