This page provides an overview of the resources that are available for BPP’s international students and provides advice on how to get the most out of your student experience.
For students coming to the UK ahead of September please see this guidance.
Reverse Mentoring Programme
Mental Health and Wellbeing Resources (UK)
Mental Health and Wellbeing Resources (India)
The UK Council for International Student Affairs (UKCISA) provides extensive advice to international students studying in the UK.
General Enquiries - You can reach BPP's International Advice team at email@example.com or via the VLE Query or Hub Query form.
Visas - The Students' Association are unable to offer detailed visa support. The university's dedicated Visa Support team will be able to help with any queries you have. You can reach them at firstname.lastname@example.org or via the VLE Query or Hub Query form.
See also UK International Student Government Guidance.
Healthcare - You should register for a GP whilst in the UK. If you need help and it is not an emergency call 111 or visit the NHS 111 website. For emergency assistance you can locate the nearest hospital for you here on the NHS website.
Accommodation - Visit the Students' Association's Accommodation Page for further information.
Learning Support - Learning Support Team
Equality, Diversity and Inclusion - Inclusion Team
Get involved with Pro Bono - International Student Pro Bono
Wellbeing - Wellbeing
Academic Advice - Academic Advice
Careers Advice - Careers Advice
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Find a Synagogue
Find a Hindu Temple
Find a Sikh Gurdwara
Muslim Council of Britain
Church of England
The Buddhist Society
The Jewish Leadership Council
The Sikh Council UK
The Hindu Council UK
The Interfaith Network UK
The Druid Network UK
The Jain Network
The Pagan Federation
The Spiritualist National Union
Zoroastrian Trust Funds of Europe