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Universities have no “statutory duty of care” towards students

Universities have no “statutory duty of care” towards students

Universities have no specific “duty of care” to their students according to a judge in Bristol. This ruling came following the death of 20 year old, University of Bristol student, Natasha Abrahart.
University extends wellbeing support for students from countries in “conflict”

University extends wellbeing support for students from countries in “conflict”

The University extended support for students from countries with “conflict and upheaval”, however, students are unhappy with its messaging
No problem too big or small

No problem too big or small

The Advice Services here at The University of Manchester speak about settling into university life, and where you can find help if you need it.
Open Mind Manchester launch peer mentor scheme

Open Mind Manchester launch peer mentor scheme

The student society has set up a new scheme that aims to provide a supplementary support system to those already in place at the University

Mental Health First Aid course now available for students

The mental health support course is initiated as Andy Burnham tells The Mancunion “support often isn’t there for people in crisis moments”

Increasing number of stressed students

As pressure on students increases, the number of people seeking counselling for serious issues is rising

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