The home of helpful advice
Leaving home for the first time is a big lifestyle change. You’ll face problems and issues you’ve never experienced before. Don’t worry. Whatever it is, no matter how small, don’t keep it to yourself. Talk to us, we’re here to listen and help.
Supporting everyone’s needs
We offer extra help to anyone who needs it. If you’re disabled or dyslexic, or could just do with some confidential advice, we provide a range of specialist services to make managing your studies easier. If English is not your first language we can offer support with academic skills and language development. Whatever your needs, speak to us and we’ll try to help.
Our Student Advisors are available to support you through your time at AUB, helping you to live life to the full, on campus and off.Find out more
Our AUB Student Wellbeing Officer is here to promote the wellbeing of all students and to provide particular support to those with mental health difficulties.Find out more
If you feel you need help and support beyond that offered by tutors, friends or family, counselling could help. Talking to a counsellor in a safe, non-judgemental and confidential setting can enable you to work through your problems with the aim of reaching a solution. Counselling is also an excellent tool for your own personal development.Find out more
At AUB we want to support you as much as possible during your time as a student. We strongly encourage you to register with a local doctor as soon as you start your studies at AUB to make sure that you can see a doctor quickly if you fall ill or need routine medical care during the course of your studies.Find out more
For people of all faiths – or none…
A Chaplain is a minister of religion who works in a university, but you don’t need to be religious to visit the Chaplain. AUB Chaplaincy is shared with Bournemouth University and is an inclusive Chaplaincy, welcoming people of all faiths or none.Find out more