We Support Your Ambition Wellbeing Support
We want to try and make your time with us as worry-free as possible, so that you can focus on achieving the best results you can.
Our support teams provide advice and guidance for a range of student needs, whether it be research, health or personal wellbeing.
With Counsellors, Student Welfare Advisors and Disability Support Advisors, you can be confident that whatever may happen during your studies, we’ve got your back.
Our ServicesMental Health & Wellbeing
Our Wellbeing Support Services cover a range of areas, including mental health support, counselling and our Student Welfare Advisor team.
Find out more about what's available to you as a student in this short video.
“The support's been really good, not only academically, but with your wellbeing; they really look out for you.”
“I know that if I feel insecure during my time at ULaw, there are always people to talk to.”
Our ServicesFinancial Support Funding
We have a number of financial assistance schemes to help our students through periods of unexpected financial difficulty.
Watch this short video for more information about the funds available, and how to apply.
studentDrop In Clinics
On the last Tuesday of every month, our students can attend a 10 minute drop in session with one of our Support Service teams.
If you have questions about anything non-academic which could be affecting your studies, here is your chance to talk. You can enter the session anonymously, and have access to support for welfare, mental health, counselling, disability support & inclusion, study skills, accommodation, employability and library.
Sessions are available from 3pm via Collaborate.
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