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on pages 20-23 and you can make contact with any of the services in a confidential and accessible manner before or during the application process. Not coming to university straight from school? We also recognise that not everyone leaves school and goes immediately to university. You may have spent a few years working or studying at college, or may be returning to education after having a family. We can provide information and guidance on making the transition to university. The Transition and Pre-Entry Adviser and College Articulation Officer are available to ensure you obtain all the information you need before and during the decision-making process. Support for mature students is also provided by our Student Services team who can also give advice on disability, finance, student mentors and counselling. For more information see pages 30-31 or visit our website at www. qmu.ac.uk/study-here/student-services/. Coming to study with us from outside the UK? If you live outside the UK, the International Office is your first point of contact at QMU. We recognise a wide range of international qualifications and the Admissions and International teams are able to provide individual guidance tailored to your own circumstances. The International team will also help you make moving to and studying in a new country a stress-free experience. If you are thinking of coming to QMU as an international student, please see pages 26-29 and visit the international students section of our website at www.qmu. ac.uk/study-here/international-students/ where you will find information on applying, fees, language support and the cost of living. MORE INFO: Student Recruitment team T: 0131 474 0000 E: studentrecruitment@qmu.ac.uk Admissions team T: 0131 474 0000 E: admissions@qmu.ac.uk International team T: 0131 474 0000 E: international@qmu.ac.uk 157