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    Support & Wellbeing

    In line with Government guidance, our Support and Wellbeing services are moving online.

    UniHelp (general enquiries)

    All face-to-face support for students is suspended until further notice, but you can continue to contact UniHelp by phone or via our Chat service and online enquiry form between 8.30am and 9.30pm, Monday to Friday and 11.00am to 6.00pm Saturday and Sunday.

    Watch our video guide for UniHelp Chat
    Watch our video guide for UniHelp online enquiries

    Visit our dedicated Unihelp page for more information

    Disability and Dyslexia services

    Please email our disability team for help and support. Please include your contact number in your email.

    DSA Study Needs Assessments with the Access Centre at Middlesex University

    We are assessing remotely via Skype. If you have been approved for the DSA assessment, please contact us to book your appointment.

    Tel: 020 8411 5366   

    DSA - Assistive Technology Training

    All training is delivered remotely and if you have a trainer, they will advise you. If you don’t have a trainer, please contact us and we will arrange the training for you.

    Tel: 020 8411 5366

    Counselling and Mental Health services

    There are two ways of requesting support from the CMH Service:

    • For access to therapeutic support from a Mental Health Adviser or a Counsellor: Please complete our Online Referral Form and an administrator will contact you to arrange an appointment

    Student Welfare Advice

    You are still able to contact our Student Welfare Advice team in the normal way:

    International Student Advice

    Please contact the team with general enquiries by email.

    You can also raise a query online.

    For urgent matters, please call the team on 020 84114507 between 9.00am and 5.00pm, Monday to Friday.

    Skype appointments can also be given upon request.

    Health, wellbeing and self-care

    Looking after yourself is very important during this time.

    It is important that you are registered with a GP
    If you are NOT already registered with a GP, you can easily register online at Premier Medical Centre.

    You can download Fika, a mental fitness app designed for daily use, and Togetherall, an online support platform which allows you to connect with others anonymously in a moderated forum, with self-help guides and courses to work on your mental health. Keep up to date with the latest resources for #TeamMDX to keep you feeling at your best.

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