The International Support Service offers appointments online using Microsoft Teams or by telephone.
During the appointment we can discuss anything that you need support with; these appointments are guided by you. Find out what the International Support Service can help you with.
How to book an appointment
Please note that appointments have now finished for the 2021/22 academic year, and will restart in October 2022.
If you have any questions please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Please note emails are monitored between 9am and 4pm Tuesday to Thursday excluding public holidays.
Other support available
You can also book appointments with the following services:
- Wellbeing Service
- Be Well - Talk Now service
- Disability Service
- Student Money Advice
- Student Immigration Service
- SU Advice Centre
- Careers Service
If there is an immediate emergency and you require the police, ambulance or fire services call 999. If you are on campus, you should also alert the University Security Team on 01225 383 999.
External sources of support are also available, including:
- The Samaritans, who can be contacted on 116 123
- SHOUT is a 24/7 text-based volunteer crisis support line - text 85258
- Papyrus Hopeline UK support young people at risk of suicide
Information on international crisis and mental health support can be found on the following websites: