A new Insights report from the university regulator says 'mental health conditions compound equality gaps in higher education'
The number of students turning to sex work doubles since 2017
A survey by Universities UK says progress has been made on tackling hate crime but that leadership and more funds are needed
AJ Products UK is proud to announce that the company will be the official sponsor of referees in the UK’s Elite Ice Hockey League for the 2019/20 season
As 10 mental health pilot projects backed by the Office for Student prepare to get under way, Yvonne Hawkins says the sector ‘can’t afford to wait two years’ for solutions
The project, led by the University of Derby, will review how university courses could be designed to support student mental health
"Going to university should be a positive, life-changing experience," said the education secretary
With mental health counselling on the rise, what can universities do to manage this dramatic upsurge in student mental health issues?
Powerful image pays tribute to students lost to suicide for University Mental Health Day
Positive hospitality experiences increase student wellbeing, says new TUCO research ‘Hospitable Campus’
Kooth Student, an anonymous online counselling service, is offered to students at Leeds Beckett University
Education leaders have joined calls for government to protect mental health in the workplace
30,000 students to be offered access to initiative in 2019
Research by Campus Living Villages reveals that 56% of students are regularly left with little money
Education leaders join calls for Government to update health and safety legislation to protect mental health in the workplace
Steve Wright asks four experts for their thoughts on all that has happened in the year to date, and what is coming over the horizon
As students prepare to start or return to university, Dan Worman, CEO of Refero, argues that lack of collaboration and integration, rather than lack of support services, is giving rise to a mental health crisis among university students
Study: University students taking part in regular physical activity say they perform better, are more employable and enjoy better mental wellbeing
Award-winning mental health campaigners Jonny Benjamin MBE and Neil Laybourn will open next year's CUBO Residence Life Conference at Loughborough
New agreement aims to ensure that anyone experiencing mental ill-health can feel that they can continue in their studies without facing stigma
With mental health cited by growing numbers of students as the reason for dropping out of uni, how can educational institutions better support them?
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