Throughout your time as a postgraduate researcher, Wellbeing Services can help you look after your personal wellbeing and mental health. They can help with things such as coping with the demands of your course, stress or anxiety, or relationship struggles for example.
PGRs may also wish to discuss any issues with:
If you would like a Wellbeing appointment, contact email@example.com, telephone 01484 471001 or visit iPoint on level four of the Student Central Building.
For further information and support please visit the Wellbeing webpages.
University of Huddersfield PGRs going through a tough time can now access free online support with Big White Wall. Whether you are struggling to sleep, feeling low, stressed or not coping, Big White Wall can help you get support, take control, and feel better.
This anonymous service provides 24/7 online peer and professional support, with trained counsellors. Big White Wall provides a safe space online to get things off your chest, explore your feelings and learn how to improve and self-manage your mental health and wellbeing. Just visit bigwhitewall.com, sign up with your University email address and choose an anonymous username to get started.
You can also gain support from the Wellbeing Services Team.
Disability Services provides confidential advice and guidance, with a focus on you and the support you need. Support may involve access to particular software, equipment and support workers on a temporary basis or throughout your research degree, including a dedicated Disability Adviser for PGRs.
If you would like a same-day appointment, contact firstname.lastname@example.org, telephone 01484 471001 or visit iPoint on level four of the Student Central Building.
The University of Huddersfield’s team of chaplains and faith advisers welcome all members of the University community and are based in the Queen Street South Annexe.
Click here for further information including opening hours, contact details and how to access support.
The Back on Track team is highly experienced in providing support and guidance if you are struggling with any personal or PGR academic issues that may be affecting your studies.
The service is confidential and non-judgemental and as required, they can liaise with your supervisor or link you to other services within the University including Academic Skills, Welfare Support, Disability Services, Counselling and Student Finance, in order to get the best possible outcome.
HudStudy is a service offered to all students including PGRs. It has been set up to provide software and other technology that can support everyone and assist with working more effectively and efficiently. Examples of software and training include dictation software, transcripton software and lecture capture. Email email@example.com or telephone 01484 471334 for more information.
You may find it useful to consult the Policy on Support for Pregnant Students and New Parents. To access the policy visit the Policies and Procedures webpage, scroll down to the Student Policies and Regulations box and from there, select the appropriate document.