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1. Student Wellbeing and Disability Support
The Student Wellbeing and Disability Support service is a central point of contact which offers professional and confidential advice and guidance to help students navigate their time at Cranfield and access the right resources including mental health and wellbeing services.
2. Student Disability and Learning support
Advice and guidance on the support available to prospective and current students with a disability, specific learning differences (SpLD) such as dyslexia, dyspraxia or ADHD, and mental and physical health conditions. This includes help with completing Disabled Students Allowance application forms; specific examination adjustments and course-related adjustments.
3. Counselling services
Free confidential counselling services are available by phone, online via Zoom, Skype and Microsoft Teams, or in person on the Cranfield campus to current Cranfield students.
4. International Student Support
Cranfield University is a truly international community where students from all over the world come together for their education. When you study with us you are not only choosing a UK specialist postgraduate university, you are choosing a university with an international community and truly global reputation.
Find out more: International Students
5. Residence Life
Cranfield University offers a peaceful location in the English countryside, allowing you to focus on your studies, yet is only a short distance from many exciting cities and towns.
Find out more: Accommodation at Cranfield
6. Fees, Funding, and Money
Paying for a course at university and the associated living costs is a major challenge for most students. Many fund their studies from a combination of sources such as savings, employment, small grants, loans or bursaries. Whether you are a UK-based student, or an international student, we provide information, advice and a range of online tools to help you put together the funding package you need.
You will find that our students are from many backgrounds, with some practising a particular faith and others who don’t represent one in particular. Here at Cranfield you can rest assured that you will be able to follow your beliefs in a welcoming and friendly community.
8. Students' Union
Cranfield Students’ Association is run by a team of elected students and supported by a small team of staff. The aim of the CSA is to support and represent Cranfield University students, promote student welfare and organise social, cultural and sporting activities.
Security personnel are available around the clock, every day of the year on the Cranfield campus. They operate out of Main Reception, Building 26.
T: 01234 750 111 (extension 2200)