UniWellBeing uses the latest advances in technology, combined with mental health and wellbeing best practice, to change the world of education for the better.Contact us now to make a difference
UniWellBeing is purpose built for students, and is uniquely designed to engage all students no matter where they are on the mental health and wellbeing continuum.
UniWellBeing fosters healthier behaviors by giving students the impetus to act on the knowledge and skills they are given so they can put them into action.
UniWellBeing promotes an inclusive and compassionate culture which increases the sense of belonging and connectedness that students have.
We're putting UniWellBeing directly in the hands of students, so they can stay connected, informed and access help anytime, anywhere.
A powerful app designed specifically for students.
UniWellBeing's administration tools allow content to be controlled and managed by the university.
UniWellBeing's analytics enables universities to leverage insights to support and develop your wellbeing and safeguarding strategy.
UniWellBeing is backed by a dedicated team who have decades of experience working in the university sector.
UniWellBeing is a cloud based solution that can be operational in weeks.
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