Covid-19 and mental health in higher education

18 Nov - 19 Nov 2020, 09:30 - 16:30
Online

Esther Dudley

Head of Events and Engagement
Universities UK

Blog

We Are Together logo on pink background

We are together: students supporting the national effort against Covid-19

12 March 2021
Over the past year, staff and students at UK universities have played a vital role in fighting Covid-19 through research and supporting their local communities. Here, three students from across the UK share their stories.

What's Up With Everyone? characters Merve, Charlie, Tai, Ashley and Alex

What’s Up With Everyone? Starting a conversation about students’ mental health

4 March 2021
​This University Mental Health Day, Professor Paul Crawford of the University of Nottingham discusses the new campaign What’s Up With Everyone? and explains why it is so important to support students’ mental health literacy.

News

Joint letter from UUK, Student Minds and NUS on student returns

11 April 2021
With student and young people’s wellbeing at risk, universities are keen to ensure that students can experience the positive learning and wellbeing benefits of returning to Covid-safe campuses for the summer term.

University mental health teams 'plugging the gaps' in NHS services

10 March 2021
Universities UK is calling on the government to urgently turn its focus towards supporting students’ mental health and wellbeing in the weeks and months ahead.