If you’re very worried about your mental health or that of someone else and think you need help urgently, please see the University’s page on accessing help in a crisis. If you are in immediate danger of harming yourself or others, call 999.
Advice and Counselling Service
Confidential, professional counselling support and advice for emotional, psychological, financial and student welfare issues.
Disability and Dyslexia Service (DDS)
Support for students with disabilities, specific learning differences and mental health conditions. This includes access to equipment, exam arrangements, mentoring, one-to-one tuition and support workers.
GP / Student Health Service
Your GP is there to support your mental, physical, and sexual health. They can talk to you about what you’re experiencing, offer you medication if it’s appropriate and help you access free talking therapies through the NHS.
Student support in your school
Each School or Institute has a dedicated student support contact who can offer advice on matters you feel may be affecting your ability to study.
Academic Advice Service (Students' Union)
Confidential, non-judgemental advice about University policies and processes such as appeals, extenuating circumstances, and fitness to practice.