FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS ON HEALTH AND WELLBEING FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS ON HEALTH AND WELLBEING

What support is available to support my health and wellbeing?

We recognise that for many of you, the COVID-19 situation has caused additional stresses, practical issues, or concerns for yourself, your family or friends. The University has collated a list of online wellbeing resources (workouts, blogs, videos) on the wellbeing portal page. You might also find it helpful to explore the UK-wide online resource The Wellbeing Thesis which was produced by a sister project of the Courage Project at UEA. UEA Student Services are providing virtual appointments with many students at this time to provide support and you can self-refer on their portal contact page. Your supervisory teams will work with you to help you to adapt your plans and provide additional support, if necessary.


Do I need to tell the University if I have been advised to self-isolate due to COVID-19?

Students who are advised to self-isolate by the NHS (UK National Health Service) should contact Student Services on studentsupport@uea.ac.uk or 01603 592761, who will provide you with appropriate guidance and support.

I CAN'T FIND THE ANSWER I WANT IN THESE FAQS I CAN'T FIND THE ANSWER I WANT IN THESE FAQS

These FAQs are being updated on a regular basis - please continue to check this page for the latest information.

If there is an issue that you feel should be covered in these FAQS, please contact the PGR Service on pgr.enquiries.admiss@uea.ac.uk.  We may not add all FAQ suggestions, particularly if they relate to individuals or small groups of students. 

Please don't forget you can continue to contact your usual PGR Service team by email – we recommend using Graduate School or programme email boxes rather than contacting individual members of staff.