Health & Wellbeing

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New CUBO and GSL report: experiences of vulnerable students in student accommodation

Following last year’s successful CUBO and GSL research collaboration, which explored the experience of international students in student accommodation, CUBO and GSL have again...
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Latest GSL Index Data Raises Concerns for Jewish Student Welfare in UK Universities

Key findings from the survey of more than 40,000 students reveal that fewer than half (46%) of Jewish students agree that their university “cares about their wellbeing”.
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A stronger focus on culture and inclusion required to improve student wellbeing

The latest student accommodation data highlights that efforts to support wellbeing and promote cohesion and a sense of community are slowly gaining traction. However,...
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Global Taskforces to lead PBSA sector in facing key challenges

In collaboration with international partners across finance, development, design and operations, Global Student Living has today announced the launch of two global Taskforces to...
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Student Wellbeing recovery stalls in Europe as cost of living crisis bites

Data from the Global Student Living Index shows that while levels of ‘low’ mental wellbeing have fallen amongst students since the peaks of Covid...

Global Student Living and The Class Foundation announce collaboration on European student wellbeing

The Class Foundation and Global Student Living have announced an exciting new collaboration investigating the relationship between student accommodation, living experience, and student well-being...
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A quarter of UK students and young graduates expect to use food banks, survey...

A recent survey of students and young graduates by and GradTouch has revealed the anxiety young people are feeling in the face of...

Disabled students suffer as temperatures soar

Data from the latest Global Student Living Index survey of over 65,000 students across Europe shows that disabled students are 50% more likely than non-disabled students to report negative experiences of temperature in their accommodation.
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Needle spiking awareness campaign planned for UK freshers’ week

Proposed UK government add campaign will draw attention to 'new phenomenon' of needle spiking in nightclubs; timed to kick off alongside the start of the new academic year.
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More harm than good: preventable deaths hampered by zero-tolerance drug policies

The Higher Education Policy Institute (Hepi) has released a report detailing how students approach the practicalities of drug use at university. The findings show: Of...
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