Studying abroad is an amazing experience, with new friends and sweet adventures. It is also an experience full of challenges, stretching and personal growth. Studying abroad can be really overwhelming at times – and big things like culture shock, depression and homesickness hit you when you are already in a vulnerable space.
We all have times when we feel stressed, anxious and overwhelmed. These feelings are normal and usually pass quite quickly, but you may need some extra support to get you through tough times. That’s what Mike, our mental health and welfare advisor, is here for. Don’t suffer in silence – talking about how you’re feeling with a trained advisor can help with lots of different symptoms, including:
- Low mood
- Lack of emotions
- Loss of interest in life and others
- Lack of confidence
- Low self-esteem
- Erratic or unusual behaviour
- Difficulty in making decisions
- Suspicious of others
- Inappropriate behaviour
- Memory impairment
- Poor concentration
- Feeling tired and exhausted
- Trouble sleeping
- No appetite
- Frightened and anxious constantly
The benefits of this Facility :
- Ongoing individual support sessions
- Identify academic and support needs
- Help to cope with your condition
- Support with course assignments and exams
- Advice and support on mental health and medical care
What is Student Medical insurance?
Student Medical insurance is international student health insurance for full-time students or scholars studying outside their home country. Student Medical insurance offers different levels of coverage with different costs so you can choose the coverage and cost that fits your needs and budget.
Why do I need international student medical insurance?
International study can represent financial risk, and many medical insurance policies do not apply beyond the borders of your home country. A Student Medical insurance health plan can reduce your personal expenses if an unexpected illness or injury should occur during your study abroad program.