UEL announces £2m mental health project

University of East London is using data mining and analytics to identify students struggling with mental health

University of East London is pioneering a big data project to improve student mental health support.

The £2m initiative, supported by the Office for Students (OfS), will use data analytics, student relationship management tools and student support models to find new ways to support students experiencing mental health problems.

The data mining, analytics and customer service information will identify at-risk students and be an ‘early alert’ tool for staff.

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