Richard Booth, Assistant Director of Student Governance and Wellbeing, talks through mental health, student governance, visa advice and what support we can offer you during your time at BCU.
Looking for more information on the financial, mental health and disability support we offer, or what other support is available at BCU? Take a look at our Student Support pages.More on Student Support
Adam always envisaged himself going to university, but he never anticipated that he’d need a wheelchair to do so. "When I joined BCU, I was extremely anxious and nervous. But I didn’t need to worry; everyone, staff and students alike, were absolutely amazing from the moment I arrived at the University."Read Adam's story
Kirie-Lea's personal circumstances deteriorated rapidly whilst studying at uni, but BCU student support were there to assist her financially. "BCU financial services have helped with both my short term and long term finances. I was awarded with the hardship fund which allowed me to buy necessary materials for my course."Read Kirie-Lea's story
Laura was diagnosed with bipolar disorder whilst suffering an episode of post-natal depression. She has tackled her mental health struggles and achieved more than she thought possible at BCU. "Being a student here means inclusion for everyone, that I can achieve anything."Read Laura's story
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