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Student Support Services provides a supportive environment for academic success, career planning and student wellbeing. We accomplish this by providing students with academic tutoring, counselling services, on-campus employment, and mentoring. All services are provided at no cost to eligible students.

Student Support Services offers workshops that deal with a wide range of topics such as: Study Skills and Study Strategies, Etiquette, Stress and Time Management, Career preparation, CV reviewing labs, and health as well as wellbeing related workshops.

Career Services

Students are encouraged to explore career choices and benefit from career guidance. Workshops are held to assist in career preparation. The career and internship fair is organised once a year, usually in November, allowing students and graduates to explore internship and job opportunities.

For assistance, contact us at

Peer-to-Peer Tutoring

Free tutoring is available for eligible participants upon request for selected courses. Tutors are carefully selected based on academic performance and the recommendation of the subject lecturer.

Students are encouraged to make full use of tutoring services for regularly scheduled tutoring and studying for exams.

Please contact us at if you are in need of a tutor.

Counselling and Wellbeing

There is a strong connection between your wellbeing and academic success.

Counselling services

GUtech counsellors can help you:

  • Manage relationships with classmates, peers and lecturers.
  • Address social anxiety.
  • Offer you guidance on time and priorities management.
  • Provide you support to enhance your academic experience.

The counsellors also offer support to groups of students who wish to address a concern that is affecting their mental health.

Contact information:



Nurse care on campus

Students can receive free first aid assistance from our registered nurses. They can offer you a preliminary assessment and diagnosis and prescribe you over the counter medications for regular discomfort. Severe illnesses are advised to visit a medical healthcare practitioner/hospital for appropriate medical treatment.

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Studying with a disability

Studying with a disability is challenging but possible. We provide different forms of special arrangement or extra support for students with dyslexia, ADHD, autism or mental/chronic illness that can make studying more difficult.

A variety of arrangements can be made for students with special requirements. These include:

  • Extra time for written exams
  • Changes to the assessment format
  • Dedicated exam room
  • Assistance with typing exam answers

If you require special arrangements, please contact to learn about the medical and mental health evidence we require for special considerations.


Mentorship Programme

All new students participate in the mentoring programme. the mentoring programme is designed to enhance new students’ experience at GUtech. Mentors are current students who join the mentoring programme to help new students get accustomed to the university life and adjust to the university life.

Please contact us at if you want to become a mentor.

Financial Aid

GUtech aims to support deserving continuing students from limited income and social welfare families who are facing financial difficulties that might inhibit their ability to continue with academic studies. This is done by providing financial support.

Eligible students can contact us at to review the required documents and assess the eligibility and the possibility of extending financial aid.

Financial aid decisions are subject to availability of resources and student academic status. Financial aid is not offered to new applicants.

On campus Student Employment

On-Campus Student Employment provides employment opportunities to students who want to acquire new skills in an actual work environment and/or to address a financial need.

Students can expect to work 10-20 hours a week in the library, administrative offices, open sites, and academic departments. All jobs available to students allow you to learn organisational and planning skills. If you are interested in finding out about available jobs, send us an email to Priority is given to students who have financial need.

Contact Us

Admissions Office: 2206 1111 or

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