To create a safe environment that enables students to flourish, broaden their outlook and enjoy the educational experiences UK school's, universities and colleges have to offer, along with providing reassurance and confidence for their families.
We deliver bespoke safety and personal well being packages specifically for international students here in the UK. As experts in student welfare we are able to create a safe and happy environment that allows overseas students to flourish.
We are 100% client focused. Our experienced safety professionals are trained in personal welfare and wellbeing, risk mitigation, crime prevention and and crisis management. We are the student safety specialists.
The UK is one of the safest countries in the world but unfortunately there are risks everywhere. Whether external risks, ranging from road safety to becoming a victim of crime, or the risks that come with new freedoms, such as alcohol or illicit drugs to simply becoming homesick and isolated from friends and families, the world can be more challenging than a young person recognises.
Student Safety UK is chosen by families from all over the world to provide care, professional support, guidance and reassurance for students miles away from home, their family and friends, as well as that all important support network young people rely on to get through difficult times and crisis. We are here when you can't be.
We believe that everyone is different and that’s why we don’t offer a ready-made package solution, but offer a personlised care plan that is designed to meet the student’s needs, ensuring their safety, well being and personal welfare is considered throughout. From providing a comprehensive care plan to 24/7 assistance, a dedicated coordinator and a professional support network, our student welfare services help students make the most of living and studying in the UK.
UK universities are shifting to online learning and exams to prevent the spread of coronavirus, but many students are anxious that this isn’t happening fast enough. “We have no idea what the future six months will hold,” he says. “It could mean that visa holders will not be allowed back into the country on our university’s sponsorship. I would hate to go back to the States and be stuck there unable to complete my studies.”READ MORE
Based on the World Health Organization’s declaration that this is a public health emergency of international concern, the UK Chief Medical Officers have raised the risk to the public from low to moderate. This permits the government to plan for all eventualities. The risk to individuals remains low.READ MORE
Top universities in England have been told to significantly increase places for disadvantaged youngsters. The university watchdog, the Office for Students, wants the "access gap" between wealthier and poorer students to be halved in five years.READ MORE