Category: Wellbeing

Big White Wall

Big White Wall

It is World Mental Health Day today. To mark it the University has launched a free 24/7 online mental health resource - Big White Wall Everyone at the University of Manchester can access free online mental health and wellbeing support with Big White Wall, any time,...

Managing Stress

Managing Stress

Managing Stress When starting university, students will face new academic responsibilities and social experiences. This lifestyle change can trigger a variety of feelings, ranging from excitement and happiness to apprehension, anxiety and loneliness. These mixed...

Do you need someone to talk to?

Do you need someone to talk to?

University life can be difficult sometimes especially in a new city, living with new people and attending a new University with new people on your course. If you need to talk to someone for advice or to talk about your feelings we have helplines you can use for...

Be active

Be active

Why is being active important? Exercise isn’t just about keeping fit. A growing consensus suggests that being active can help us think and feel positively. Find a form of physical activity that fits into your day and which you enjoy.  It’s the little things that...

Wellbeing champions

Wellbeing champions

Wellbeing champions actively promote the University of Manchester's Six Ways to Wellbeing in the School. If you don't know about the Six Ways to Wellbeing, we'd encourage you to have a look at the student support section of My Manchester. There are lots of ideas on...