See some of the support services available at City and in the local community.

Student Wellbeing Support

See some of the support services available at City and in the local community.

Student Wellbeing Support

As a student at City, University of London, you have access to internal support services, such as:

Counselling, Mental Health and Accessibility

Student Counselling and Mental Health Service – Our dedicated staff provide practical and emotional support to all current students who may be experiencing personal or academic difficulties, as well as those diagnosed with a mental health condition. The service is free of charge for students and always confidential. Visit the various student counselling and mental health pages, and see how the team can support you.

  • Please click here if you have a crisis or emergency.
  • Wellbeing: Self-help resources - the Library Services and the Student Counselling and Mental Health Service have worked collaboratively to bring students and staff the following selection of self-help resources.

Togetherall - an online mental health platform that all City students can use available 24/7.

Disability Support - The Disability Support team works with students with a range of diagnosed disabilities and long-term health conditions to identify strategies and reasonable adjustments which will enhance the learning experience of students.

Dyslexia / Neurodiversity Support - The Neurodiversity Support team offers assistance to students with dyslexia and other Specific Learning Differences (SpLDs), including assessments, exam arrangements, advice on Disabled Students' Allowances (DSAs) and more.


Chaplaincy and Faith

University of London Housing Service

Student Funding

The Chaplaincy and Faith Advisory team welcome students from all backgrounds, regardless of their beliefs.

They can offer advice, ensure you are able to practice your faith and provide a safe space to explore your own spirituality.

The UoL Housing Advice Team is dedicated to supporting University of London students who experience problems in private accommodation and offers advice on a range of issues including contract checking, deposit disputes and repairs.

Our financial support team can help you understand everything related to student funding and finance.

They offer advice on financial issues and money management, and have some really useful resources on their web page, to help your money situation.


  • A-Z of Student Services – Not found what you’re looking for? Why not take a look through all of our student services in alphabetical order.


If you're looking for further support in the local community, you can reach out to:

National Health Service (NHS) – The NHS website is a thorough online resource explaining hundreds of medical conditions. It also provides current news and advice on all things related to health and healthy living.

iCope - the Camden and Islington Psychological Therapies Service offers treatment for a range of psychological problems, including anxiety and depression.

Student Minds – Student Minds is the UK’s student mental health charity. They empower students and members of the university community to look after their own mental health, support others and create change.

Qured – Qured is an on-demand healthcare app that provides doctors and physiotherapists straight to your door within 2 hours, 7 days a week, including prescriptions and medicine delivery.

Available for UK and international students.