Health and wellbeing

It's important to look after your physical and mental health to get the most out of your time at NTU. The Student Support team can offer support, help and advice whilst you're at university.

Student Space
Student Space is here for you through the Coronavirus pandemic. However you’re feeling, help and guidance is available. Explore a range of trusted information, services and tools to help you with the challenges of student life on the Student Space website.

Get help and mental health support
Find out how to get in touch and who to contact to get the support you need.
Healthy NTU wellbeing programme
It's important to take care of yourself while you're studying at NTU. Find out more about our health and wellbeing programme.
Health and wellbeing resources
Online resources to help with health and wellbeing issues you might be experiencing.
Online support — SilverCloud
SilverCloud offers secure, immediate access to online cognitive behavioural therapy (CBT) programmes. They can be tailored to your specific needs.
Accessing healthcare
Find information and guidance on how to register at a local GP practice, book an appointment with your GP and order repeat prescriptions online.
Student support advisers
Student Support Advisers provide information, advice and support when students experience social, family, domestic, and other personal circumstances that may impact on progression and success.
Mental health support and services
If you're struggling with a mental health condition that affects your studies we're here to help.
Counselling can help with a range of mental health and emotional issues.
Faith and spirituality
Chaplains are available for all NTU students and staff. Find out how they support the University in three main areas.
Respect and consent
Find out where information on respect and consent issues can be found, as well as sources of support available.


If you would like to provide feedback on any aspect of our service, please speak with your adviser or contact the Team Leader at or on 0115 848 2990. If you wish to make a complaint, information about the University’s complaints procedure and how to make a complaint can be found online.