Where to get help
You are not on your own. There is always a friendly face and listening ear nearby. Find out what services we have, what they do and how they can help you.
Where to get help in the holidays
The University is closed for Easter from 5 pm on Thursday 18 April. It re-opens on Wednesday 24 April 2019.
Find out where to get help in the holidays.
Talk to someone
Available if you are in University accommodation for a range of issues including homesickness, problems with your flatmates, or other wellbeing concerns.
All taught students have a Personal Tutor. They can help with any academic concerns and help your personal development.
You can talk to a student wellbeing adviser about any wellbeing concern. They will listen and help you find the right support.
All research students have a supervisor. They are here to help with any academic concerns and help your personal development.
This Students' Union service can help with academic issues such as appeals and signpost you to external services.
Do you want to chat? An online wellbeing service offering an anonymous and safe peer support community, available 24/7.
Information you can access and use immediately to help yourself, or while you wait for further support.
Our specialist services
If you are struggling with anxiety, depression or with other mental health conditions, a doctor can help. The Students' Health Service also provides other medical advice and treatment.
Offers short-term counselling sessions and therapeutic groups. They can help with a range of issues including bereavement and confidence issues.
Offers support, events and social opportunities, regardless of your religious belief, background or culture.
Get practical advice on study support, funding and accommodation if you have a learning difficulty or disability.
You may be worried about a friend, housemate or someone on your course.
Find out how you can help.