Undergraduate

Health and Wellbeing

Find out more about ways you can get support including advice, counselling, and diversity and inclusion, as well as ideas on how to keep active.

At its best, University life is rich and rewarding, but all of us go through difficult times or have circumstances that can affect our studies.

The University has a range of support available for students including the Advice Place, the Chaplaincy, the University Health Centre, the Student Disability Service and the Student Counselling Service.

If you find yourself struggling due to illness, an accident, bereavement or any other issue, the  Student Support Team and your Personal Tutor are available for help and support.  

Student Support Team

Personal Tutor

You can find out more about other types of support including the Institute for Academic Development (IAD) and English Language Education on our Study Skills and Support pages.

Study Skills & Support

Advice and Counselling

Details of the advice and counselling support available to you during your studies.

Finance and Funding

Find information and support for financial issues.

Diversity and Inclusion

Disability Services and Adjustments, support for LGBT+ students and families and advice on bullying and harassment.

Sport and Exercise

Sport and exercise facilities across the University and where to find details of sports clubs.

Mental Health Portal

The School have launched a Mental Health Portal which brings together lots of advice and support for staff and students to help you look after your mental health.

Mental health Portal (secured)