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Free resources to support your learning

Has University Mental Health Day got you thinking about your wellbeing whilst studying?

On this page we've rounded up a selection of free wellbeing resources from Macmillan Study Skills, from blog posts, to tips and meditations. We hope these help you to take care of your mental health at university.

Advice from our expert authors

Top tips for managing your wellbeing during the Coronavirus pandemic.
Ways to stay connected in a virtual world
6 steps to effective online groupwork
Preparing for takehome exams

Jeff Gill

Resources to help you deal with stress

Managing stress starts with recognising when and how it is affecting you. Click below to read an excerpt from Managing Stress and rate your own experience of stress in the past month.


Take a meditation break

Meditation is a recognised tool for looking after your wellbeing. Click below to listen to this meditation from Mindfulness for Students. You will also find other guided meditations on the page.




Try a new strategy for managing stress

Read an excerpt of 50 Ways to Manage Stress, for some small, simple ideas for dealing effectively with study stress.

Battling with exam anxiety?

Read tips for handling exam pressure from the authors of Managing Stress, Kate Joseph and Chris Irons.

Covid 19 Supporting Your Learning authors

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