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School of History

Welfare and Wellbeing



Welfare and Wellbeing in the School of History

Your welfare and wellbeing while you study is of prime importance to us. We have an extensive support network in place to make sure you are provided with the proper advice and guidance when anything impacts upon your ability to study comfortably. The School of History’s welfare team is led by the Senior Tutor, with a Year Tutor dedicated to each year group, working together with QMUL’s Student Services departments to ensure an inclusive, supportive and nurturing environment that gives all students an equal chance at success. 

Welfare and Wellbeing at QMUL

Outside the School, The Advice and Counselling Service is always on hand for practical guidance relating to fees, finance and funding as well as emotional support for students going through some of the more demanding and stressful experiences that life can throw at us. The Disability and Dyslexia Service work to ensure students with disability, learning difficulties and mental health conditions have an equal experience and can access all the available mentoring and support funding.