Supporting your Wellbeing
For most students, university will be one of the most exciting and rewarding times of their lives. We understand that some of our students face a variety of challenges, both in the University and in their personal and wider lives - and there are sources of support and guidance available to help you.
Your Personal Tutor can help you deal with exam pressure and demanding workloads - they can also help you understand the diverse methods we use to assess your progress and help identify your development needs. Making the most of their support can help develop a plan of action that can keep stress at bay.
Our Senior Tutor, Elizabeth Mumford, can provide pastoral support and guidance - and help determine the best plan of action to support your needs. To arrange a meeting email email@example.com
Faculty Wellbeing officers
Our Faculty Wellbeing Advisers are based here in the Law School and are available for drop-ins and one-to-one sessions. For more information email: firstname.lastname@example.org or call +44 (0)117 456 9860 (9am to 5pm Monday to Friday).
We all need to look after our wellbeing and many of us need to ask for support at some point of our lives. If you are concerned about your mental health please contact either the Student Counselling Service or the University Health Centre.
To keep motivated it is useful to have a clear picture of your future career. Log into MyCareer to book a 1:1 appointment with Jo Cooksley, our specialist Employability Advisor, who can help you explore your options.
1:1 sessions can be booked at any time during the term. Find your personal tutor's contact details and consultation hours on Blackboard.