Your wellbeing

University life has its stresses, and it is important that you try to maintain a balance between academic pressures and your wellbeing. If you are experiencing any difficulties (personal, welfare, academic) which are causing you stress or anxiety, we would like to support you through these.

One-to-one appointments with a Student Advisor are available by phone, MS Teams, Zoom or Skype. Limited face-to-face appointments are also available at both the Cranfield campus and Shrivenham site. Please email to book an appointment. All Advisors are Mental Health First Aid trained.


All Cranfield registered students can access support 24 hours a day, 7 days a week with Togetherall.

Whether you want to speak to peers or a counsellor, there will be someone there every minute of every day. You can join a supportive online community that’s totally anonymous, take part in a group course and take self-assessments.

Go to the Togetherall website to join with your University email address and have immediate access to support.

Counselling services

The University counselling service is available to support students by providing a free, confidential, safe and friendly environment in which to explore any issues which may be of concern to you.

Our counsellors are highly qualified and experienced in dealing with the challenges of postgraduate study. If you have any questions about the counselling service, please contact the Student Wellbeing and Disability Support team.