Support for you if you're self-isolating

As we continue to navigate the pandemic, there might be times when you’re asked to self-isolate either because we or someone we live with has symptoms, or to prevent a local or national rise in coronavirus cases. We have pulled together a range of activities and support available to you from across the University.

"I have felt really supported by UWE Bristol. My lecturers and personal tutors have helped me with balancing my life as a carer. UWE Cares and the Wellbeing Service have been great for support and counselling."

Isla, BA(Hons), History

Isla, BA(Hons) History

Students talk about mental health

Hear first hand from our student mental health nurses, who offer their top ten tips for good mental health.

What helps you feel good?

Eating well, getting active, finding ways to relax and trying new things all encourage a healthy mind and body.

Ways to relax

After what may have been a busy Christmas break and assessment period, it is important to take some time to focus on your wellbeing.

  • Talk, seek help, and engage in activities that benefit your mental health.
  • Everybody deserves a break – taking time out can re-energise you.
  • Manage your stress levels with self-care strategies that work for you.
  • Everyone has their own ways to relax – we’ll empower you to find yours.