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Mental health support a high priority at UCLan

Mental health support a high priority at UCLan

Find out about UCLan coming third in the HUMEN Mental Health League Table.

The first ever University Mental Health League Table has been published by The Men's Mental Health Movement (HUMEN).

We're delighted to say that The University of Central Lancashire (UCLan) was placed in the top three in the UK, with 79% of students saying they were satisfied with the mental health support available to them. 

Professor Andrew Ireland, UCLan’s Pro Vice-Chancellor (Students and Teaching), said: “We’re absolutely delighted to be ranked so highly in this new mental health league table. Supporting our students with their mental and physical health and wellbeing is a key priority for all of us at the University."

Knowing that support is available can be particularly important to online students, who are often fitting their studies in around work and other commitments.

If you choose to study with UCLan Online, you'll have access to a wide range of support services, including a Student Adviser team who can help with any non-academic queries, as well as signpost you to University services such as the UCLan Counselling, Mental Health and Wellbeing service.

Find out more on our Student Life page:

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You can view the full league table on the HUMAN website.

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