School of Law, Politics and Sociology

Student Mentors

Find out about Student Mentors based in the school and how they can help you.

About Student Mentors

Student Mentors are undergraduate and postgraduate students who have experienced the same worries and difficulties of studying and have been trained to support other students through the University's peer-led Mentoring Scheme.

What they do

Student Mentors can help you with a range of academic issues, helping you develop your study skills. Support is provided via email or during drop-in sessions held twice a week.

Mentors share their own experience and skills, along with signposting existing services which you might find helpful.

Mentors can help with:

  • revision skills and planning
  • essay structuring
  • help with presentations
  • time management.

Who they are

All Student Mentors are studying in the School of Law, Politics and Sociology as either undergraduate or postgraduate students.

They have been through the same experiences of getting to grips with studying at Sussex and are passionate about their subject and helping others.

All Student Mentors have been trained and work closely with staff in departments and across Sussex.

Being a Student Mentor is also a part-time job – they all get paid for the work they do.

Law Student Mentors


 James CooperJames Cooper portrait photo    Kish Odedra Kish Odedra portrait image


Politics Student Mentors

Ed Storey Ed Storey portrait image       Konstantinos Savvoulidis Konstantinos Savvoulidis portrait image

Sociology and Criminology Student Mentors


Lottie Langridge Lottie Langridge portrait image       Mena Limwatana Mena Limwatana portrait image

Drop in sessions with your mentors are available every week during term time please email for specific times.


How do you contact a Student Mentor?

To contact a Student Mentor, email