Live chat

Live chat with the School of Engineering and Applied Science

Our live chats give you the opportunity to talk to our Admissions team online and ask them any questions you might have. Occasionally the team will be joined by other panellists such as current students or other school staff members. 

Friday 12 September, 2 – 4 pm

If you can't join us but would still like us to answer a question you might have, please send it to us by email or complete a form.

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Ady Yong

Ady Yong

Admissions Team Leader

Ady is responsible for the admissions team and deals with admissions across all levels within the School.

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Tom Austin

Undergraduate Admissions Officer

Tom is responsible for undergraduate admissions within the school and runs the UCAS open days for applicants every year.


Jon Choi

Undergraduate Admissions Assistant

Jon works with Tom on all matters relating to undergraduate admissions. Jon has studied at Aston University.


Vicky Bond

Taught Programmes Team Leader

Vicky is the Team Leader for all Undergraduate and Postgraduate Taught Programme administrators in the School of Engineering and Applied Science, and Programme Administrator for the Mathematics Undergraduate Programmes.  She will be here to answer any questions or queries you may have regarding your time at Aston.

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Farzana Hussain

School Timetabling Officer

Farzana looks after the timetabling activities within the school.

Sarah Warburton

Sarah Warburton

Sarah is a Careers Consultant for the School of Engineering and Applied Science.Sarah provides one to one student support as well as employability teaching both within the curriculum as well as stand-alone workshops.
Jessica Taylor

Jessica Taylor

Jessica joined the Careers Team in January 2014 as an Employability Advisor. Jessica has worked within a number of roles in higher education and has provided information, advice and guidance to students for the past 10 years.

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