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Student Wellbeing Service

We recognise that being a student isn’t always easy. As you progress through your journey here at Queen’s, the changes and challenges you experience can affect you differently, and that’s OK.

We have a highly trained and dedicated team of Disability and Wellbeing Advisors who can offer a range of support to students at any stage of their student journey. The wellbeing team are available to meet with students in a safe, confidential, and non-judgemental space. We will work alongside you to empower you to realise your full potential; and to equip you with the tools you will need to look after your own physical, mental, and emotional wellbeing as you progress through life.

You can contact our Student Wellbeing team at any time throughout the academic year, with the assurance of a prompt response. Our team work 9am-5pm, Monday to Friday during normal University operating hours.

The Wellbeing Service works closely with Inspire Wellbeing (who deliver free psychological therapy support and student counselling), the University Health Centre and other statutory agencies who have the primary responsibility for providing specialist support to students. For students who are unwell or becoming unwell, either mentally or physically, you may be referred to the NHS or other statutory agencies who have the primary responsibility for this kind of specialist care. The University’s primary role is to provide education – and while we have support services to help students achieve their educational goals – specialist physical and mental health support can be accessed in the NHS in conjunction with support from Student Wellbeing.  Please see our Policies & Procedures section for more information. 

All of our support services are free of charge and open to all Queen’s students at all levels. 


Welcome to the Student Wellbeing Service

Find out more about our service and what we offer.

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