Wellbeing and Support Services

The Multi-disciplinary Team offers support through the Student Health Service, Student Counselling & Mental Health Service and Learning Success. We work together to ensure all students have holistic support.

  • The Nurse Advisor offers a broad range of services including advice and in some cases treatment for minor illnesses, accidents, issue prescriptions and provide general advice on health matters and contraception. Can also provide information on GP registration.
  • The Mental Health team is a specialist service which offers a range of support for students with diagnosed mental health conditions and care leavers. This may include help with your transition to the institution, recommendations for reasonable adjustments, longer term emotional support and advice about Disabled Students Allowance for Mental Health.
  • The Counselling Team offers long term group counselling, brief initial consultations, 1:1 counselling, CBT interventions & psycho-educational workshops, as well as information on self-help resources.
  • The Disability Team offers disabled students’ advice, recommendations for adjustments and support throughout their time at City. This can include regular, confidential one-to-one appointments, liaison with other university departments  and advice about Disabled Students Allowances.
  • The Neurodiversity Support team offers specialist 1:1 support, advice and reasonable adjustments to students with specific learning differences (SpLDs), including dyslexia, dyspraxia, dyscalculia and ADHD. Screenings are also available for students who believe they might have a specific learning difference.
  • The Academic Learning Support Service is here to help you develop your skills so that you can learn more effectively and boost your performance. They offer workshops, embedded sessions and 1:1 tutorials to all students. The service is available throughout the year; there’s no need to wait until your studies get difficult.

Learn more about these services and how you can access them: