Support in response to UK and world events

When UK and world events affect members of our community, we know how important it is to have the right support. 

We understand that UK and world events can have an impact on many different aspects of our students’ lives and can also sometimes affect good relations between people. This could include civil unrest, a terrorist attack, or natural disaster or earthquake.
If you're affected by events, there are many services at the University where you can find support, whether you’re looking for practical help, advice, or someone to talk to. 
You may be directly affected or what has happened may be triggering due to previous personal experiences. 

Getting emotional and wellbeing support

There is support available, depending on what you need.

Getting help with your academic studies

Depending on what you need, there is lots of different support for you.

Getting support if you have concerns about your safety

If you need support but aren't sure where to go

Got a question or need support? Get in touch with the friendly team in the Student Information Service (SIS). You can call them, email them, or visit them at one of five Student Information Points on campus. They will also be able to help you navigate the different support options that are available if you’re not sure what to do.