I am not feeling well and need assistance
Here are some options for assistance. Please use these support mechanisms to help you with immediate assistance, general support and long-term wellbeing.
> Looking after yourself and NHS Resources
If you are severely unwell, please call 999 or go straight the to closest Accident and Emergency Department.
The closest Accident and Emergency Department to University of Reading Whiteknights campus is : Royal Berkshire Hospital Accident and Emergency, Departmental Berkshire NHS Foundation Trust Centre Block Craven Road, Reading RG1 5AN. Telephone: 0118 322 7019
If you have a medical concern that is not an emergency, we recommend that you contact your GP or call the NHS non-emergency number 111 for advice.
Information on what to do if you have COVID-19 symptoms.
- NHS self-help support guides cover a range of support
- Support tips and advice for looking after yourself - general wellbeing
> The International advisory team
Support for our International family. The international advisory team are there for you if you are feeling homesick or if you need help settling in to life and studying at Reading, find out more.
> Counselling and Wellbeing
If you are worried and need to talk to someone, university counselling and wellbeing are a confidential counselling service, who are available for all students at the university, find out more.
> RUSU - Reading University Student's Union
RUSU offer a confidential advice service that is independent from the uni. They are able to support you and advise you with any concerns and challenges you may be facing.
> Student Welfare
The student welfare team are able to help you with a wide range of personal issues. They are able to support and advise you, and have drop in sessions available for you to access help quickly.