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We're With You at Each and Every Step 

Once you are ready to begin your learning journey with Arden, you will complete your induction module. This tells you everything you need to know about studying online, or through Blended Learning.

As you progress, you will have a team of support staff giving you any guidance or help you might need. We have over 80 tutors and support staff helping students all over the world to achieve their ambitions.

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Your Arden University tutors will help you through your modules and they are the first person to approach, via email, if you have any questions about your course or assignment. They will be posting thought-provoking discussions, engaging in forum conversations and hosting webinars to really help you understand your study materials.


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Other Support

But our support here at Arden doesn't just involve your academic work - our Student Support Team is here for any other queries or help you may need.

Whether you need advice on how to submit your assignment, or need help to meet your course requirements, or anything else you might need assistance with, including any personal issues, Arden can support you.

While university is an exciting and rewarding time for most people, we understand that sometimes it can lead to stress and pressure, so if you're feeling the strain, or suffering from anxiety, depression, financial worries or relationship problems that could potentially affect your studies, we can offer a helping hand. 

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Studentline are here to support you

All Arden University students can contact the Studentline confidential helpline to access free support, counselling or a GP. Studentline can assist with everything from stress, anxiety and depression to relationship problems and financial and legal issues and everything inbetween. Get in touch for any help you may need, 24 hours a day.


Supporting Mental Health Awareness Week

As part of our commitment to fully supporting our students, Arden University are proud to support Mental Health Awareness Week every year. 

This year's Mental Health Awareness Week, hosted by the Mental Health Foundation, took place from 13th-19th May.

To support this event, Arden's Vice-Chancellor & Chief Executive Officer, Carl Lygo, issued a statement encouraging anyone out there who is struggling to speak out and get help through the channels provided through Arden:


 

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Mental health problems affect 1 in 4 of us. We know that periods of change or stress can impact our mental health and at Arden University, we aim to provide help, understanding and support to our students, should they ever need it.  Our students learn in a modern way, and our modes of support reflect this. Our student support staff are all Mental Health First Aiders and are readily available, whether you are an online Distance learner, or Blended learner who studies in class, as well as online.

Arden University was the first Higher Education institution to launch ‘Studentline’ - a 24/7 online support platform, which all students can access for free. This service exists to help support students through any number of issues which may be affecting their mental health, from grief through to money management.

By providing an over-the-phone confidential counselling service, students can seek support safe in the knowledge that they can remain anonymous if they prefer to.

It is encouraging that there is an ever-increasing awareness and acceptance of mental health issues in our society, especially among young people, but we should not become complacent or think we have done enough

Here at Arden, we will always strive to provide a support network that can guide our students not only through their studies, but through anything life may throw their way during their time with us

During Mental Health Awareness Week and every other, I encourage Arden students and employees to open themselves up to conversations about mental health, because talking is the first step to breaking a taboo which really needn’t exist.

Arden University Vice-Chancellor and CEO, Carl Lygo

Carl Lygo, Vice-Chancellor & CEO at Arden University


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