We aim to offer support for all aspects of your personal and academic life while you are studying at the University of Ulster. Our services are available to all students on each campus.Read more
University can be a period of great enjoyment but also at times quite stressful. This might be study related or of a personal nature. A full time confidential counselling service is available.Read more
Disability Services endorses the ‘social model’ of disability and so we will always focus on solutions to enhance the University’s accessibility.Read more
Here at the University of Ulster, we support any applicant who is in financial difficulty by offering professional and impartial information and advice.Read more
We aim to provide a confidential service to support your physical and mental wellbeing.Read more
We are committed to the highest standards of professional practice and strive to offer you first-class services that meet your particular needs. Your confidence and trust in our work is of paramount importance to us. We offer a confidential service and will protect any information about your individual circumstances that you choose to share with us.
You may approach all of these services privately and independently. Sometimes you may be referred to us by another member of University staff or by an officer of the Students’ Union.
You may also wish to use these services in combination with other sources of support available to you in the University or outside.
Transitions to University
We are here to help with associated problems:
- Academic Cycle
- Personal, Emotional, Developmental
- Sense of Belonging
“I often find I can get very stressed and my medication can determine ability to learn.
The support provider's provision of hands on reassurance that you are able to meet your targets, alongside the new skills they teach to aid the least difficult approach to achieving your goals is helping you to complete your university stay.”
"I would not have reached the academic standing I have without this support. I have struggled coming to terms in my life with my ill health and also as a mature student found it very difficult to ask for help. I believe the staff member that provided me with the support made me believe I could achieve my goals and did everything in her power to aid my success"
"Before going to student support my experience at university was terrible. Having the new experience of university life was quite daunting, but feeling isolated having no-one to help.
But, going to speak to someone at student support helped me realise that help was available to support me in my studies"