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Support and Wellbeing

Lanyon Building at Queen's University Belfast
10 December, 2020

No one knows what’s going to happen before we get back to normal. In the meantime, it’s the little things that make the difference.

Lanyon Building at Queen's University Belfast
10 December, 2020

Finding inventive ways to stay connected are all part of the ‘student survival manual’.

Lanyon Building at Queen's University Belfast
10 December, 2020

In order to best support all students Queen’s made a campus commitment. Here’s how it worked out.

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COVID-19 | 8 January, 2021

Why get a test? Short answer is - you might have coronavirus and you could be spreading it without your knowledge.

Yi Kang Choo, LLB Law | 21 October, 2020

What's student life currently like in Belfast ? Yi Kang Choo packed his mask and sanitiser to find out. Let's Go!

Suvekshya Dhungana, MSc Business Analytics | 2 April, 2020

Number five: ignore FOMO.

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Lauren Johnson, BA English | 7 June, 2018

With this line-up, summer is well and truly heating up!

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Shauna McCaul, BA Drama | 14 June, 2018

Support is available when you are at your most vulnerable.

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Peter Moor, BA English and Linguistics | 6 August, 2018

You’re a uni newbie. You might be away from home for the first time – it’s a big change. Here at Queen’s, there are loads of support services available to make that transition that little bit easier.

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Charlie Allen, BA Spanish and Portuguese | 26 September, 2019

Charlie shares his experience of studying at Queen's with a visual impairment and offers some advice for how to make sure you're getting the support you need to succeed.

Tamanna Khurana, MA Arts Management | 24 January, 2020

The transition to university can be drastic and it’s okay not to breeze through it. That’s why Queen’s mental health support is here.

Jia Xin Chang, LLB LAW | 13 May, 2019

Mental health problems can affect anyone and Mental Health Awareness Week (13-19 May) is designed to raise awareness of that. Today Jia Xin is sharing some tips that can help improve your mental health.

Jade Yuen Kei Wong | 27 March, 2019

We all feel a little stressed and overwhelmed sometimes, especially when we have exams or essays to prep for. Jade is sharing some useful tips that she uses to improve her well being.