New research from GuildHE explores the steps member institutions are taking to support student wellbeing.
Drawing on a survey of GuildHE member institutions, the research finds that approaches to supporting long-term well-being are variable, with both areas of good practice, and capacity for improvement.
In particular, the research highlights the importance of developing holistic strategies, which support students throughout higher education, from their academic experiences to their accommodation and social opportunities.
Professor Joy Carter, Vice Chancellor of the University of Winchester and Chair of GuildHE, has written for Wonkhe, introducing the research in detail.
It is hoped that this research will prove useful to institutions looking to embed wellbeing across all aspects of their work. The full report can be read here.