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Mental health and wellbeing

Important coronavirus update

In response to Covid 19, we are offering appointments via telephone and Microsoft Teams. There may be a reduced availability for face-to-face appointments on campus at this time. All University updates will be provided on our website.

Mental health and wellbeing

The mental health and wellbeing team consists of counsellors, mental health advisers and wellbeing advisers.

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Our counselling service

All students enrolled with BCU can request support from the wellbeing team which may include, where appropriate, the counselling service.

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Preparing for university

We encourage students with long term mental health conditions to consider disclosing this information when applying for university.

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Know before you go

Know Before You Go is here to provide a single source of information and tips around the important topics that aren't usually talked about. Download the guide that will help you navigate university life.



If you're moving to Birmingham to start your studies, don’t wait until you are ill to register with a doctor! We've got all the info you need on how to register and making sure you're up to date with your jabs.

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Our chaplains are available to all of our students, whether they are of any faith or none. There are facilities for prayer at our City Centre and City South campuses.

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Student governance

The Student Governance team oversees the University’s student-facing procedures. We have a trained team of experienced caseworkers and investigators on hand to advise students.

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Mental health policy

Birmingham City University is committed to the fair and equitable treatment of all its students, in every aspect of its provision and to the promotion of their mental and emotional wellbeing.

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Current students can find us on iCity

Student Support information is available on our student portal, iCity (a university login is required).

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