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Mentally Healthy Students

Mind brings you two new courses designed with and for students as part of their new Mentally Healthy Universities programme.

Your time at university can be an amazing experience but it can also have a big impact on your wellbeing. Knowing how to look after your mental health is an important part of university life.

Mind is offering a series of mental health and wellbeing sessions specifically for university students. These sessions, which have been designed with students, will give you tools and techniques to look after your mental health and wellbeing at university and eventually into the workplace. They will also empower you to seek the right support if you need it during your studies.

The sessions will be delivered by experienced mental health trainers from Bath Mind and will provide a safe space to discuss mental health and learn from each other. They are open to students with or without lived experience of mental health problems.

Mentally Healthy Students: an introduction to managing your mental health and wellbeing

A one-off workshop designed to introduce you to mental health and wellbeing.


This workshop will help you recognise common mental health problems and manage stress, and teach you how and where to get help if you need it during your studies.

It is for first year students and is open to anyone with or without lived experience of mental health problems. It lasts for three hours and is running on a number of dates over February and March.

Mentally Healthy Students: tools and techniques to manage your mental health and wellbeing

A more in-depth course which runs over a number of weeks.


The course runs over eight weeks with a 30-minute online module and a two-hour face-to-face group session every other week. It will equip you with specific tools and techniques to improve your mental resilience and to help you look after your mental health.

There are separate courses for first year and final year students and it is open to anyone with or without lived experience of mental health problems. There are a number of different start dates in February.

Bath Mind

Bath Mind is one of 130 local Minds. It is a local and independently run mental health charity affiliated to national Mind, and is here to promote and nurture everyone’s mental health through the provision of information, activities, advice and support.


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