Health and wellbeing

The School places great value on the health and wellbeing of its staff and students. The School's Student Wellbeing Officer is there for students that need additional support beyond what is offered by the Advice and Support Centre (ASC) or the Centre for Academic, Professional and Organisational Development (CAPOD). If students need support out of working hours they can contact Nightline.

All staff and students have access to the following University resources:

Staff and students are also welcome to contact the University's Chaplaincy which enhances the life and experience of students and staff and offers pastoral care for any student or member of staff, regardless of faith or philosophy of life.

Staff can contact the University’s Occupational Health Service. This service aims to protect health within the workplace, including mental health, and offers assessments, health surveillance and advice. 

The University’s Wellbeing and Engagement Group coordinates a range of activities and training opportunities, and staff can sign up for the Well Now! newsletter.

The Unversity has a flexible working policy and career break policy.

Further resources