Student support at The Engineering and Design Institute London (TEDI-London)
You’ll have all the support you need at TEDI-London. If you ever need help or advice, the Student Hub team will work with you to ensure that you have the best possible study experience.
Supporting you throughout your studies
If you have any questions or problems, the Student Experience and Support team are there to help with anything from accommodation support, to financial advice and internships.
TEDI-London wants you to succeed. That’s why you’ll have a Personal Tutor who’ll work with you to define your learning objectives and support needs, and meet with you regularly to help monitor your progress and answer any questions you might have.
TEDI-London’s Wellbeing Service offers all students access to counselling, therapy and mental health monitoring. You can speak to our trained Student Experience Team on campus if you need to or they can refer you to external professional counselling services if necessary.
Support at TEDI-London
It’s easy to find help if you need it. Whether you’re having problems in your personal life or are just feeling homesick and need someone to talk to, you can talk to the Student Experience and Support team. If you need academic support, your Personal Tutor is just an email away.
There’s plenty of fun to be had on TEDI-London’s campus, where you can join extra-curricular Engineering clubs and enjoy seasonal parties with other students. If you fancy a change of scenery, all TEDI-London students also have associate membership of the King’s College London Students’ Union, where you can attend guest lectures or join more than 300 clubs and societies!
TEDI-London offers individual support to students with disabilities. You can disclose a disability or learning difference at any point during the application and admission process, and you will be offered adjustments and advice. When you confirm your study offer, you will receive a learning support plan that takes your needs into account.
Any other questions?
Will there be a Welcome Week when I arrive?
There will be lots of events to help you settle in during Welcome Week, including tours of the campus and surrounding area, a visit to the King’s College London Students’ Union and a welcome party. You’ll also meet your Personal Tutor, and other members of the TEDI-London team.
Can I do an internship?
Internships aren’t currently part of the curriculum at TEDI-London. However, TEDI-London works closely with several industry collaborators, who help shape the curriculum and offer students the opportunity to work on real-life projects.
Is there much to do in the local area?
TEDI-London’s campus is conveniently located in London’s Canada Water. There’s a lot of character to the area, due to its history as an important shipping port, and it’s just two stops on the London Underground from the central London Bridge area.