Our network of support services is here to help you make the most of your time at York.
Your academic supervisor and college team will often be your first point of contact. They can both help with pastoral support, and your supervisor is also there to help with academic issues and making sure you're progressing well on your course.
There's also specialist teams who can help with a range of issues, from maths and writing support to careers advice to mental health.
One of the biggest advantages to being at York is the support network that’s available to you. As a disabled student, it’s been very beneficial to me to be able to access so many different types of support whenever I might need it. It will be one of the biggest things I miss about York when I leave.
Amy, third year
Student health and wellbeing
Hear from student Wellbeing Programme Manager Jo, who runs you through some of the support that's available including the Open Door team, Togetherall and your college team (2 mins).
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We have lots of support on offer specifically for international students to help you settle into a new country. Watch this video to listen to Thai student Saranporn's perspective of international support at York (1 min).
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