Health and wellbeing
University life is full of ups and downs. We have a range of support available to all students, including undergraduate, postgraduate, home and international, to help you stay well so you can get the most out of your time here.
Emergency contact numbers and University out-of-hours contacts.
We can advise you or connect you with the appropriate support and resources.
If you are worried about your studies or money, or feel low, lonely or homesick, try some of these resources.
Get support with your studies if you have a disability or long-term health condition.
We offer a full NHS doctor service to all students and their families who live locally.
Bullying, harassment, assault and discrimination are not acceptable. Find out how to report it.
Bristol is one of the first universities to receive the University Mental Health Charter Award
The University Mental Health Charter framework provides a set of evidence-informed principles to support universities to adopt a whole-university approach to mental health and wellbeing. The Charter Award is an accreditation scheme to recognise good practice and support ongoing development.
Student Minds, which runs the Award, said “in the last 2-3 years, Bristol University has taken a strong, structured, whole-university approach towards improving mental health and wellbeing across the whole community”.