Top Ten Tips: Getting Support

Top Tip 1

Contact IT Services if you need help with virus removal, licensed applications of software setup. You can login to their Support Centre, book an appointment, call them or find an IT walk-up desk.

Top Tip 2

The Disability Advisory and Support Service (DASS) can assist you in finding alternatice arrangements in exams or software helping you study. The service is confidential, if you’d like to receive disability support make sure to register with DASS.

Top Tip 3

Contact the Counselling Service if you’re struggling with anxiety or exam stress. They’re professional counsellors offering confidential help with a variety of issues.

Top Tip 4

Are you in your final year and are unsure about what to do next? Talk to the Careers Services located in the Atrium in University Place.

Top Tip 5

Struggling with money? The University provides a Student Money Advisor who can help! They are located in the Atrium (first floor of University Place)

Top Tip 6

Even if you’re on a year abroad the University can still support you via the International Programmes Office. They additionally offer the support for international students regarding English, visas and much more.

Top Tip 7

NHS walk-in centres, open 365 days a year, are located around the city and provide emergency care. You can get support for everything ranging from mental health, injuries to sexual health advice.

Top Tip 8

There are many confidential helplines you can call. The volunteers at the other end of the phone have been trained and will have extensive experience. They will also support you if you just need to unload or talk through a situation.

Top Tip 9

The Library offer a range of online resources and workshops. They cover everything from referencing to managing procrastination.

Top Tip 10

Numerous support networks are set up to help YOU! If you nee support, don’t hesitate to ask. Whether it’s a big issue or just a little setback, we are here for you.




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