Bournemouth University has a range of services – from Wellbeing Advisors to their Medical Centre, and from the AskBU Students Service to their Additional Learning Support scheme – that help with any kind of issue or need.
A Wellbeing Advisor can offer practical help with difficulties such as stress, panic, worry or eating and sleeping problems; while a confidential counselling service is also available, along with drop-in support. There’s also Grow@BU, a programme to help students develop as learners and as individuals. Their multi-faith chaplaincy provides support to all students. The Students’ Union, SUBU, also offers a wide range of advice services.
Student reviewers were incredibly complimentary about the support services at Bournemouth University, praising the quality of the support they received and mentioning how well looked after they felt.
Bournemouth University students on Whatuni say:
“Since the beginning they were really supportive and helpful.”
“ I believe that promoting physical health is just as important as mental health, which BU already promotes a lot.”
“The staff are very friendly and want to help you with any issues you may be experiencing.”