To make the most of their time at university academically, professionally and socially, students need to keep on top of their wellbeing. No problems should be faced alone, so at Herts there is an amazing support network to help students along their journey.
From student welfare to study support and careers, childcare and counselling, these services are here to help students stay focused on studying. Support services include:
Health and wellbeing - a Unibuddy blog
As a university student, students will experience many changes in their lifestyle. There is a lot more work to do, including seminar work, reading, assessments, revision, exams etc. Some students are faced with moving away from home. Whilst all of this is going on, it is important to look after one’s health and wellbeing.
There is a large variety of support available to students. Advisors are on hand for students with a disability or learning difficulty and offer services including tuitions, specialist mentoring and the loan of study equipment.
A professional counselling service provides individual and group sessions, while workshops and online peer support groups are also available to participate in.
The Student Support Centre also offers advice and support for international students, as well as information on scholarships, bursaries and accommodation. There is also an onsite Medical Centre and pharmacy, making it easy for you to visit a GP. Over at the Student Union, there is an Advice and Support team, who are available to call, email or visit.
University of Hertfordshire students on Postgraduate Search say:
“Student support is awesome; they support students like friends.”