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Student Support

Our Student Support and Wellbeing Services offer support to students and help them to overcome concerns and difficulties, as well as contributing to positive mental, financial and physical wellbeing, whilst helping students to achieve their full potential.

With Student Wellbeing Advisors, Money and Housing Advisors, Disability and Inclusion Advisors and our 24/7 Student Assistance Programme, you can be confident that whatever may happen during your studies, we've got your back.

We also have additional support for the following student groups:

Mental Health and Wellbeing

Our Wellbeing Support Services cover a range of areas including our Student Wellbeing Advice Team, money and housing advice and mental health and counselling support. Find out more about what's available to you as a student in this short video.

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University Mental Health Charter

The University is a member of the University Mental Health Charter Programme. Developed through the collaborative work of Student Minds, AMOSSHE, OfS, NUS and UUK, the programme acknowledges a whole-university approach in identifying areas for improvement and embedding best practices.

In signing up to the Charter, the University has pledged a commitment towards creating and sustaining an environment which supports the mental wellbeing of our community through embedding evidence-informed policies and practices which underpin this.

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Our Wellbeing App

The ULaw Wellbeing app provides a wide range of ideas, resources, and strategies to help you create healthy habits, enhance your wellbeing and monitor your progress. The app gives you access to ongoing support and information 24 hours a day, seven days a week, including details of support available on campus and in the local community.

You can download the app for free using the links below.

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Disability Support & Inclusion

The Disability and Inclusion Service provide a private, skilled and accessible service for students with disabilities or for those who require any other adjustments.

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Equality, Diversity & Inclusion

We are proud to have such a rich and diverse student population and we are committed to ensuring that all our students feel represented and that they have a sense of belonging during their time with us. As part of our commitment to growing equality, diversity & inclusion at the University, we have collated a range of resources to support different groups and communities in our student body.

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Our Student Journey Advisors will support and advise you throughout your studies with us, ensuring that you have the best possible experience.

Our Academic Coaches will offer you guidance through your course as well as assistance and advice as required during your time studying with us. They'll also be on hand to help you develop your plans for your future career.

Our libraries are run by experienced librarians and are full of resources to help you. With over 20,000 eBooks and on campus print collections covering law, business and other topics, we have everything you need to feel supported in your studies.

Our award-winning library teams can also help you develop your research skills so you can reach your full potential.

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Contact your library

If you have any queries regarding our library service, please email one of our campus libraries.

Our team can help you to develop the study skills you need to succeed during your studies and prepare for life after university. This support includes confidential one-to-one assistance, as well as live study skills webinars.

Areas covered include:

  • Effective reading and note taking skills
  • Essay and dissertation writing
  • Revision and exam technique
  • Time management, organisation and motivation
  • Critical thinking
  • Learning preferences and effective study strategies
  • Presentation skills
  • Studying with neurodiversity

The ULaw Skills Academy brings together content from the Library, Study Skills and English Language Support teams. You can also try our self-paced training that is designed to help you during your studies and prepare you for your future career.

Visit the academy for more information.

We also have study skills support available online that can be accessed through our virtual learning environment ELITE. It includes a range of resources created by our team, as well as interactive study skills modules from a subscription service, Bloomsbury Skills for Study.

You will have access to ELITE from the moment you accept your place and receive your login details, all the materials are designed to be accessible and easy to use across all learning styles. Once you have your ULaw log in, you can visit the Study Skills page on ELITE at Elite > Organisations > Study Skills to book appointments, access online resources, sign up for webinars and contact the Study Skills team.

Our Money & Housing Advice Team are here to support you with any issue relating to money or housing.

To find out more about how the Money & Housing Advice Team can support you through your studies email them at [email protected]

Report and Support

Report and Support is an online platform for all students, staff and visitors to report any incident of harassment, hate crime or sexual violence at The University of Law.

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Our online accommodation portal provides helpful advice on choosing a property to rent near your campus as well as a property listings search for students who have accepted a place at our university.

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