Student Help & Support
There’s loads of support available to you throughout your time at UAL.
Whether it’s about money, immigration, disability or mental health, we have a range of resources and staff on hand to provide professional, confidential and free help and advice.
Find out more about support for LGBT and disabled students, as well as information around caring responsibilities, pregnancy and maternity, and faith observance.
The Counselling, Health Advice and Chaplaincy Service offers personal, emotional, health and mental health support, as well as advice on spiritual, religious and faith-related matters.
Support and guidance for students who have been affected by bullying and harassment, information about our work to prevent sexual violence, and details on how you can report an incident.
The Disability Service arranges adjustments, including Assistive Technology, and provides support for students who are disabled, dyslexic or have another Specific Learning Difficulty.
The Student Advice Service provides useful information and advice on funding options, living costs, budgeting, discounts and debt.
Staff in the Student Advice Service can assist with guidance around visa applications, travelling abroad and visa options after completing your course.
Library Services and Academic Support provide a wide range of facilities and resources, both online and in person, to assist you in your studies.
We value our international community of students and celebrate diversity; improve your English or learn a foreign language at the Language Centre.
If you need someone to talk to outside of normal working hours, or if you have an urgent issue relating to your accommodation, UAL buildings or IT, you’ll find contact details here.