Health and wellbeing
While university life is full of exciting opportunities, it can also be an overwhelming time. Here you can find information on a range of services provided by the University and throughout Edinburgh to support your physical and mental wellbeing.
While at university, make sure you register with a doctor close to where you live. You can also get free access to sanitary products and condoms.
Whether you want to speak to someone or do some self-help, we are here to help point you in the direction of services and resources to look after your wellbeing.
Support in a crisis
We can help point you to resources and organisations that can help in the event of a mental health crisis or crime, including sexual assault and harassment.
Our Student Disability Service supports students with a range of disabilities, neurodiverse conditions, physical and mental health issues. The team offers support based on your individual needs and how your disability, learning difference or health condition affects your studies.
Sport and exercise
Being active can help you both keep fit and boost your mental health. Check out the University sports facilities and activities, including gyms and sports clubs.
Worried about someone?
If you are concerned about the wellbeing of another student, friend or flatmate, learn who to contact at the University and find resources to help you.
The Let's Talk podcast is a new series bringing different members of the University community together to have honest and thought-provoking conversations about a range of mental health topics.