Immigration & visa advice
If you wish you speak to the team by phone, you can call the Student Advice Line.
Remote study & visas
There is bespoke guidance on visa and immigration support during remote study, which answer common questions/concerns raised by our international student community; you can find further information in our articles below:
Technical support & learning resources
In addition, there are a wide range of charitable organisations across the UK that assist international students facing financial hardship with grants and scholarships. We’ve put together a list of organisations in our article I’m an International student, what financial support can I access?
Wellbeing & mental health support
We have a wide range of support options and resources to help you combat feelings of stress and anxiety that are accessible wherever you are. For a detailed overview, please visit our article Mental health & wellbeing during the coronavirus pandemic.
You can also find a list of local organisations and additional resources you can access in your home country using the webpages below:
Important to know:
Due to various licensing and registration issues, the Counselling & Mental Health Support Service are only permitted to offer 30-minute welfare appointment to students based overseas; 50-minute appointments are available only to students who are based in the UK.
The law in some countries restricts the right to practise as a counsellor or psychologist and practitioners have to meet the local professional requirements to be legally compliant.
If you’re an international student living in the UK
I’ve lost my BRP/passport
Please see our article I’ve lost my BRP/Passport, what should I do for further guidance.
Advice when the university is closed:
There are a number of organisations that offer visa and immigration advice when the university is closed; we’ve collated a list of options you can explore in our article International and immigration advice when university services are closed.