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Wellbeing Service

​We are here to support you as an individual to develop your skills and confidence in order for you to get the most from your studies. We are here to support you with any disability, mental health or wellbeing concerns.

​Disability support

We help to organise support throughout your studies so that you have equal access to all learning opportunities. Find out how we can support you.

Applicants are encouraged to discuss needs with an Advisor before term starts at Cardiff Met.

Mental health and wellbeing

We offer a confidential service with experienced Advisors to support your needs. Discover our mental health and wellbeing support.


Counselling is a free service available during term time for all Cardiff Met students. It offers a safe, supportive and confidential environment to talk over any issues you are experiencing. Find out more about counselling at Cardiff Met.

24/7 mental health support - Big White Wall

Big White Wall is a free platform for Cardiff Met students to access anonymous mental health support 24/7. To join Big White Wall's supportive online community, simply go to and sign up with your university email address. You then choose an anonymous username for your time on Big White Wall.

Support process

​The aim of support at university is to work with you as an individual to help develop your skills and confidence in order for you to get the most from your studies. See the full support process.

Assessment Centre

The Assessment Centre carries out Study Skills and Technology Assessments (Needs Assessments) for students receiving Disabled Student's Allowance (DSA) from their funding body. More information about the Assessment Centre.

Non-Medical Helper (NMH) information for assessors

Our Non-Medical Helpers (NMH) offer support to disabled students to help with their studies. This information is aimed at staff and assessors.