Instant, ongoing support, anonymously and without judgement.
Life is full of challenges at the moment, and we want you to know that however you feel is valid. Download TalkCampus free from the app store to connect anonymously with other students globally who are navigating through the same challenges. Your student email address will give you free access.
TalkCampus is anonymous, it isn’t run by us and we won’t be able to see if you are using it, you also won’t be able to see where other students are from. TalkCampus is based around peer support; you can use it if you're struggling, worried about your mental health, and need some help yourself, or you can go on and listen and support others.
The platform is safe and moderated and is designed as a place where you can just be yourself and talk about how you’re really feeling. TalkCampus isn’t a replacement for counselling or professional support, however it is a great place to start talking and to make sure that however you’re feeling right now, you’re not alone.Download the App
What is TalkCampus?
TalkCampus is an app based peer support platform where students come together from around the world and give and get support within a safe, supportive infrastructure.
- How do I access TalkCampus?
TalkCampus can be downloaded from the app stores. You can access TalkCampus using your QUB email address.
1. Download the app for free from Google Playstore or Apple App Store.
2. Select the 'Sign up' button on the homepage of the app
3. Enter your @qub.ac.uk email address and choose a password.
More information about how to use the app can be found at the bottom of this page.
- Who can I talk to on TalkCampus?
The TalkCampus app allows you to talk anonymously with other students from around the world, in 26 different languages.
TalkCampus is anonymous and we won't be able to see if you are using it. You also won't be able to see where other students are from. The app is based around peer support: you can use it if you need some help yourself, or you can go on it to listen to and support others.
The platform is safe and moderated, and is designed as a place where you can be yourself and talk about how you're really feeling. Student life can be tough and we know sometimes you might not want to talk to us about how you're feeling. TalkCampus isn't a replacement for counselling or professional support, however it's a great place to start talking to make sure that however you're feeling right now, you're not alone.
- What languages is TalkCampus available in?
TalkCampus supports over 26 different languages so you can connect with others using whatever language you are most comfortable using. These include: Swedish, Dutch, Arabic, German, Russian, Romanian, Slovak, Czech, Polish, Hindi, Korean, Odia, Bengali, Urdu, Spanish, Tswana, Afrikaans, Cantonese, Mandarin, Japanese, Welsh, French, Greek & Portuguese.
- How will my information be used?
The University pays a fee to TalkLife so you can access the app for free. You will need to use your student email address to create your account, however this is a one-off to allow you to access the service.
No information is disclosed to the University about individual student registrations, however we will receieve statistics relating to the number of students using the service, to allow us to get an idea of its success.
The University does not have access to a list of students who use the app, nor do we access your data or personal information.
Will I stay anonymous?
On TalkCampus, you can choose whether you want to post using your name, or post anonymously.
- Will TalkCampus ever disclose my information to the University?
Please note that information TalkLife hold and information that you share may be passed to the University, the appropriate authorities or regulators where:
- this is required or requested by the authorities or by law;
- TalkLife have concerns that any individual is likely to cause harm to themselves or other people;
- or there is an actual or suspected case of cyber bullying and TalkLife is requested by appropriate authorities to provide such information or to cooperate with their investigation.