Support for students affected by the earthquake and tsunami in Indonesia
If your travel to the UK, or your studies have been affected by the earthquake and tsunami in Indonesia, please get in touch with the University as soon as you are able to do so on +44(0)121 414 8464.
We understand that incidents like this can be distressing, whether you have been affected directly or it has impacted upon your friends and family.
We would like to take this opportunity to remind you of the support services available to you at the University. The services are open to all of our students, new and returning, including those currently located outside of the UK.
Up-to-date information about the continuing effects of this natural disaster can be found via news outlets such as the BBC News website.
University Support Services
The University provides a number of student support services:
If you are in the UK you can also access support from the following:
- Your GP - if you have not yet registered for a GP you can find your closest practice on NHS Choices.
- Samaritans - 116 123 (free-to-call and confidential number).
- Nightline Birmingham, confidential listening and information service run by students available in the evenings; call +44(0)121 472 4621.