The university offers a free and confidential counselling service for all students managed by its Welfare team. All students are also assigned a personal tutor to answer any academic-related questions or concerns.
The Student Disability and Dyslexia Support Team provides support for students with disabilities, depending on their needs and requirements. Faith and prayer rooms are also located across the campuses, while close to SOAS students will find The University Central Institutions Health Service, offering advice in dealing with student-related issues such as stress and exam nerves.
SOAS also offers different types of wellbeing services for students, covering a range of topics from finance, wellbeing, housing to immigration. Students can gain further support by attending one-to-one counselling or wellbeing workshops to learn how to deal with anxiety, overcoming procrastination, resilience and so on.
Students found the support services at the university to be easy to use and inclusive for everyone.