Support & Wellbeing
Tips if you're feeling homesick
It's perfectly normal to feel homesick when you're at uni
We asked post-grad student Ragini to share some practical tips on things you can do to help overcome feelings of homesickness.
Try to travel to lectures with someone you know.
Set up your room as soon as you can to make it feel more like home.
Aim to establish your new routine as soon as possible to help you feel on top of everything.
You got this! Some of these simple tips can really help if you're feeling homesick. But remember, if you need more support you can all our Student Advice Line from our partners at Health Assured.
Call the freephone number on 0800 030 5182 – we are here as often as you need us for as long as you like.
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