Your ultimate guide to wellbeing at Imperial.
Support over the Christmas break 2021
We know that many of you may be staying in London over the College closure at Christmas. We've put together some information on support available as well as some online activities and events you can get involved in over the break.
Looking after your health while you're at university is really important. We've got lots of information about all aspects of your physical and mental health, including how to register with a doctor, use of drugs and alcohol, looking after your sexual health and what services are available to you.
There are many things that we experience in our day-to-day lives that can affect our wellbeing. We've got lots of useful information about living a healthy lifestyle and maintaining a good work/life balance to give you the best opportunity for success in your studies and personal life.
Move from home
All students have access to free one-to-one Personal Trainer or fitness sessions throughout the lockdown - either in-person or virtual. Move Imperial are also hosting virtual group classes and have a fitness podcast, all part of the Move from home campaign to keep you active during lockdown and beyond.
Study smarter webinars
The Disability Advisory Service are running free weekly webinars for students to support you to study smarter. Each webinar has been designed to consider how technology can be used to effectively overcome the unique challenges that COVID-19 restrictions have placed on studying this term.
Reducing social anxiety
Are you worrying about everyday activities, avoiding social situations, or afraid of criticism? Imperial College Health Centre are offering a free two part online workshop to help students develop techniques to build confidence and feel more relaxed in social and professional situations.