Brunel University London

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1. Student Wellbeing

Student Wellbeing is here to provide additional support for all students. A specialised team of advisers and counsellors can provide support throughout your studies if you have a disability, a long term medical condition, a specific learning difficulty (such as dyslexia), are feeling low or have a long term mental health condition.

Find out more about Student Wellbeing

2. Student Support and Welfare

The Student Support and Welfare Team are available to offer support and guidance on a range of personal, welfare and financial issues. They are here to help you access support that is right for you; you can make appointments through this team to access the Counselling and Mental Wellbeing Service and Disability and Dyslexia service.


3. Union of Brunel Students - Advice Centre

The Advice and Representation Centre is a service provided by the Union of Brunel Students. We provide a free, confidential and non-judgemental service for all students at Brunel University. We are independent of the University which means we can represent you fully. We offer practical advice on all kinds of subjects relating to student life.

Find out more about the Advice Centre

4. Mental Wellbeing Support - Out of Hours

Your out of hours support service provides free, confidential counselling and wellbeing support. You can get in touch with the team via phone, live chat, WhatsApp and the online portal.

Access the service directly:

Freephone UK: 0800 0318227

WhatsApp/SMS: Text ‘Hi’ to +44 7418 360 780

International: 00353 1 518 0277

Online platform: (password: brunelUL)

Last reviewed: 5 April 2024