Wellbeing

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First and foremost, your wellbeing is very important. If you are having a difficult time which is affecting your studies, it is important that you contact your Personal Tutor in the first instance to discuss this. Your Personal Tutor may be able to make suggestions to better support your studies, such as taking an Interruption of Studies or submitting a Deferral application for upcoming assessments. You can contact your Programme Team using the Student Query Form on your learning platform: the VLE or Hub.

During the student journey, you may find that you need to receive additional well-being support. If you are experiencing low mood, depression, anxiety, have an existing mental health condition or just want someone to talk things through, you can contact the Learning Support Team for further support: LearningSupport@bpp.com.

If you have a welfare issue that might impact your studies, such as: abuse, online safety, radicalisation, bereavement, addiction or homelessness, please contact the Safeguarding Team on safeguarding@bpp.com or call 07464 542 636.

You may wish to consider discussing your situation with someone outside of the University. BPP University has a partnership with Total Wellness which is an online counselling service.  If you would like to know more, please go to their website www.totalwellness.info where you can arrange to make an appointment. This service is free to BPP students.

 

The Students’ Association have a range of literature which provides guidance on a range of topics for supporting your wellbeing during your studies. You can access information on managing your mental and physical health on our Wellbeing Resources page.

We also have information available for students who wish to review Exam Tips in anticipation of their assessment periods.

In addition, the Students’ Association runs fortnightly ‘Time-out Tuesday’ sessions, which provides an overview for how you can support your physical and mental well-being over the course of your studies. You can find out more on our Time-out Tuesday page.