University of Birmingham

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1. Mental Health & Wellbeing

Information about College Wellbeing Teams, self-care and mental health support from the University and Pause@UoB. We are here to support you and our services are operating remotely and with in-person support available where needed.

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2. Student Support Fund (Financial Support)

The Student Support Fund (SSF) is provided by the University to help students studying at our Birmingham campus (including by distance learning) who are experiencing genuine and unavoidable financial difficulties, and are struggling with their living costs.

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3. Student Disability Service

Advice and information for students with a Disability: Our team are available to support students with information and guidance for any reasonable adjustments and any additional support for your learning experience.

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4. Guild Advice

Guild Advice is a free, impartial and confidential advice service for students at the University of Birmingham. Guild Advice offer support on everything from academic study, to housing and finance.

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5. Pause@UoB

Pause@UoB is a place for students aged up to the age of 25, where you can talk about anything that may be worrying you. They are a friendly team of trained and experienced workers, and are here to offer a listening ear, and share support and advice if needed.

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6. Multi-Faith Chaplaincy

The Multi-Faith Chaplaincy offers an inclusive space for prayer, meditation, relaxation and worship, among many other activities. All students are welcome to visit, regardless of whether or not you’re religious.

Find out more about the Multi-Faith Chaplaincy

7. Report + Support

Report + Support provides information, support and options relating to sexual violence, domestic abuse, harassment, hate crime and more. You can choose to report and speak to a trained responder, or to tell us about an incident anonymously. You will be respected, listened to, and empowered to make your own decisions.

Find out more about Report + Support

Last reviewed: 26 January 2024