Find out what support is available at your university or college.
1. Student Counselling Service
The Counselling Service has a team of professional and experienced Counsellors and Mental Health Adviser who are used to working with students from many different backgrounds and cultures. We are able to help with a wide range of problems including difficulties related to study/university life, family and relationship problems, and anxiety and depression.
When you’ve registered with us, a counsellor will assess your situation and talk you through the support on offer.
Types of support include:
- 1-2-1 appointments with our counsellors (based at our Harrow and Marylebone Campuses)
- Group sessions to explore personal and academic difficulties in a confidential setting with other students
- Email counselling for those who find it easier to write about their thoughts and feelings or who may find it difficult to attend appointments on campus
- Skype/Teams sessions for those who may find it difficult to attend appointments on campus
2. Disability Learning Support Service
The Disability Learning Support service has a team of professional and experienced disability and Specific Learning Difficulty (SpLD) advisers and mentors who help students from all backgrounds and cultures. If you have a disability or condition that affects your studies, our team can offer confidential support to help you make the most of your studies. We also have Disability tutors at each campus who can answer any questions you may have related to your course. Each Library also has a Disability Support Representative.
Book an appointment with one of our advisers.
3. Student Wellbeing Service
The Student Wellbeing service has a team of professional and experienced advisers who support students from various backgrounds and cultures. We are able to offer support on a wide range of topics such as: Registering with a GP, Homelessness, Accessing University and external support services including mental health, counselling and health services. We also have a wide range of resources on Health & Wellbeing on our webpage.
Your personal tutors should be your first port of call if you have a concern, are worried, unwell or in need of specialist support. They can refer you to a wellbeing adviser.