Welfare services available at UCL
UCL's welfare network is available to you and you can contact
any of the services listed below if you find yourself in need of
It is really important to look after your health both physically and mentally and it is recommended that you find out how the UK National Health Service (NHS) works. More information is available on our Health Advice webpages.
The Dean of Students
The Dean of Students (Welfare) coordinates all aspects of student welfare across UCL and is available to talk with you if you need to speak with someone outside your department. You can find out what issues she can help you with and also book an appointment on the Dean of Students (Welfare) website . This service is entirely confidential.
Student Psychological Services
The staff at UCL Student Psychological Services is there to help you if you are experiencing personal, emotional and psychological concerns. To find out what you can expect if you need to seek help from them and the kinds of help available, visit their website. This service is entirely confidential.
If you feel you may have an impairment, mental or physical health condition, or specific learning difficulty that impacts on your ability to study or to engage in other aspects of university life, please contact the Student Disability Services for help. This service is entirely confidential.
Cultural Consultation Service
The UCL Cultural Consultation Service aims to enhance learning and teaching outcomes for both students and staff. If you are experiencing problems of interpersonal or cross-cultural nature due to cultural and/or educational differences between your country of origin and the UK, you can contact the staff at the Cultural Consultation Service for help and advice. This service is entirely confidential.
UCL Union (UCLU) Rights & Advice Centre
The Rights & Advice Centre is a part of UCLU and provides support related to academic, consumer, employment, finance, housing and immigration matters. You can contact one of their experienced advisers for a consultation via email, on the phone or to book a one-to-one appointment. This service is entirely confidential.
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