The University’s culture is all about support, diversity and inclusion. UWL believes that everyone has the ability to excel in their career, and that no one should miss out on expert training.
The University encourages students to talk to them if you are worried about anything. It doesn’t matter if you are based in Ealing, Brentford or Reading: their Ealing-based student services are available to all students.
Student Advice Team (funding and money advice)
Confidential and specialist advice is available on student funding, budgeting, money management, welfare benefits and council tax exemption. The team can advise on extra financial assistance from a range of funds, scholarships and bursaries.
International Student Advice
The Student Advice Team offer advice to international students. They will help with any questions about visa extension, your immigration status and support whilst studying.
Disability and mental health support
The University are fully committed to providing students who have learning difficulties, physical disabilities or mental health difficulties with confidential support and specialist guidance.
Their Wellbeing Team can help you with:
The support is ﬂexible and tailored to meet your individual needs. If you have a disability or long term-health condition, contact the University so they can discuss your requirements and guide you to any reasonable adjustment you might need.
A team of dedicated counsellors are available for students who are experiencing difficulties. The Counselling Service is available to discuss any issues that may come up while you are at the University of West London.
The Welfare Team
The Welfare Team are non-judgemental and are there to listen and offer a safe and welcoming service to all students who are worried, anxious or in crisis over personal problems. They provide impartial advice, support and information if you are concerned about issues such as relationships, stress, conﬂict, sexual violence, homelessness, abuse or debt.
They’re your link to specialist Student Service Teams who can give guidance on Disability support, Finance, Mental Health, homelessness and other personal problems which may be helped through Counselling.
The University’s interfaith advice offers spiritual guidance, support and friendship to all UWL students regardless of faith. It’s located at Student Services in The Street. Find their contemplation zones for prayer, meditation and reﬂection at Ealing, Brentford and Reading.
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