Our self-help books, which offer advice on easy methods to start making positive changes, authored by professional psychologists, health coaches, and nutritionists. The books address a wide range of subjects, such as stress, insomnia, demotivation, and depression.
Our wellbeing officers and other members of the support team are on hand from 10 to 5 on Monday through Friday and can offer you both mental and emotional assistance, if you are going through personal difficulties, especially if they are affecting your academic performance.
Please visit the advice homepage for additional information on the drop-in service provided by Guild Advice. They offer helpful guidance on a wide range of issues pertaining to student life, including as academic work, accommodation, finances, and welfare. Weekday drop-in sessions are offered by Guild Advice and are open to all students.
A group of current students known as academic officers and volunteers provide information while you are studying. They can help you with a variety of issues related to student life. Along with your health, adjustment, homesickness, apartment conflicts, residing with others, academic concerns, budgeting, and house shopping. Speaking with a familiar person who has been in your situation before can be helpful at times.
GP is typically the first health service you should contact when you are having a problem and can offer support for both your physical and mental health.
Please get in touch with one of the services listed below if you or someone you know needs immediate mental health support:
If you need urgent care but the condition is not life-threatening, dial 111.
If you are facing a mental health emergency that poses a risk to the life, go to A&E or dial 999.
If you're a young person and you're concerned about how you're feeling, you may get confidential support by calling Papyrus Hopeline at 0800 068 4141.