Protecting your health and wellbeing is our priority
It's important that you take a lateral flow covid-19 test before you leave home. Find out more.
Read more on how we are responding to the COVID-19 pandemic and what student life will look like in autumn.
All students, including international students, can get COVID-19 vaccinations through the NHS, book your appointment.
A vaccine bus will also be on campus during the Welcome period. Download the welcome app before you arrive and look out for the latest news.
Registering with a doctor
It's important to register with a local doctor (GP) to ensure you can easily access medical care if you need it. The University Medical Practice and University Dental Surgery are both located close to our Whiteknights campus, find out more about registration.
For information on other local doctor or dentist surgeries, please see NHS choices.
Students at university are at a higher risk of contracting meningitis, which can be a very serious illness. The best way to protect yourself is to make sure you have had the MenACWY vaccine.
Read more about protecting yourself from Meningitis.
Welfare and Wellbeing support
Our Student Welfare Team is here to help with any personal difficulties you may experience during your time at University, including homesickness, family/relationship difficulties, and advice on drugs and alcohol issues.
In addition, we have a team of Counsellors and Mental Health professionals to support your emotional and mental health needs, enabling you to engage successfully in your studies, through one-to-one confidential advice and group sessions.