One in four people will experience some sort of mental health difficulty in their lifetime, particularly during stressful times like starting university or leaving home. Confidential advice is available from our mental health advisors who are qualified practitioners and have a wealth of experience in supporting students.
The Mental Health Advisory Service is part of the University's Learning Support, Disability and Mental Health Services.
Information for students Useful information if you already have a diagnosis or you are concerned about your own or a friend’s mental health.
What we offer The range of support and assistance that we can provide for students with mental health difficulties.
How to tell us - disclosing and registering with our service Complete our online registration form to access support whilst at the University.
Evidence guidance Information about what medical or other evidence is required by the University to register with us.
Disabled Students’ Allowances (DSAs) An explanation of the Disabled Students’ Allowances and how to go about applying for them.
Preparing for University A checklist to help you prepare for the transition to University, including how to apply for accommodation, a useful contact list and general living tips.
Counselling & Wellbeing Get support from the University Counselling & Wellbeing Service.
Mental Health Information for staff Information about supporting students with mental health difficulties and how to refer.
Contact us How to find us.