Meet your Student Advisers

Based in your department, Student Advisers are available to discuss any wellbeing, support and student experience matters.

About the Student Advisers

As part of the Student Support and Wellbeing team, Student Advisers are here to support you in your transition to university life. Your Student Adviser will:

  • Meet with you and understand how you are finding UCL and being a student here
  • Support you with any matters relating to your wellbeing and student experience 
  • Help you to identify solutions to questions and challenges
  • Discuss any aspects of university life that you are not sure about - whether that’s policies, assessments or finding the right kind of support

How to contact your Student Adviser

  1. Log in to askUCL and click on the 'ask a question' button
  2. Scroll to the 'Life at UCL' category
  3. Click on 'Contact My Student Adviser' and log an enquiry.

Events and activities

Student Advisers run events, activities and workshops throughout the academic year to help you stay well and make the most of your time at UCL. Discover the events happening in your department on your Student Adviser's webpage below. 

Student Advisers in your department

Please see your department's Student Adviser/s, listed below, for further information and getting in touch.

Faculty of Arts and Humanities
Faculty of Brain Sciences
The Bartlett Faculty of the Built Environment
Faculty of Engineering Sciences
IOE, UCL’s Faculty of Education and Society
Faculty of Laws
Faculty of Life Sciences
Faculty of Mathematical and Physical Sciences
Faculty of Medical Sciences
Faculty of Population Health Sciences
Faculty of Social and Historical Sciences
UCL East

Build your SSW

Student Support and Wellbeing and the Student Advisers host a range of regular events and activities throughout the academic year to support the three core aspects of your own SSW: Social bonding, Skills for life and Wellbeing at university. Each activity aims to develop one, two, or all three of these aspects. 

Venn diagram with each circle showing Social, Wellbeing and Skills