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Wellbeing Support Services

University of Warwick Wellbeing Support Services offer access to counselling, advice and support, a wide range of self-help resources, a Wellbeing Masterclass specifically for postgraduate researchers, and more. They are open to all students and staff.

Disability Support

Welbeing Support Services also offer support for disabled students, including appointments with disability advisors to discuss individual support needs. On their pages, you can also find out more about support for specific disabilities.

NHS Health Centre

The University of Warwick NHS Health Centre is conveniently located on campus. If you live on campus or within the catchment area, you can register with them, otherwise find a GP here.

Pastoral Support for PGRs

Did you know that postgraduate researchers are entitled to pastoral support in addition to their supervisor(s)? Read our guidance for PGRs and guidance for staff to find out more.

PGR Sick Leave Policy

Some funded postgraduate researchers are eligible to receive sick pay. Find out more about the eligibility criteria, how to claim sick pay, and the sick leave process.


Via this scheme, you can anonymously report instances of sexual misconduct, harassment, hate crimes, and discrimination you have experienced or witnessed, and speak to an advisor to receive support.

Sexual violence and hate crime support

Wellbeing Services provide you with information about the variety of options available to support you in reporting or coping with the impacts of sexual violence, hate crime, and harassment.

Staff Resources

Find out about wellbeing resources for staff who are involved in the supervision or administration of postgraduate researchers.

WSU Advice Centre

The Warwick Students' Union Advice Centre provides free and confidential guidance and information on academic problems, housing, money, and health and wellbeing issues.

If you cannot find the guidance or support you require amongst these resources, please contact the Doctoral College.

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