From 11 January to 31 March 2021, the Mental Health Foundation is inviting students at the 19 universities across Scotland to share their views and experiences in their Thriving Learners survey.
Prize draws will see three survey participants at each university win either £75 (x1) or £50 (x2).
Click here to find out more and take part in the survey.
Thriving Learners is a research project by the Mental Health Foundation (MHF) to enable a better understanding of the mental health experiences and challenges faced by students in Scotland.
With the knowledge and insight gathered, the MHF will provide recommendations for best practice in prevention, early intervention and support of students’ emotional wellbeing in our universities and colleges.
The MHF has partnered with Universities Scotland, Colleges Scotland and The Robertson Trust, and the study will be undertaken over two years. It is hoped that over 50,000 students across Scotland will participate by sharing their opinions and experiences.
Through Thriving Learners, the MHF will identify what works within the existing provision of services to prevent and support mental health problems among students. By listening to what students and staff at universities and colleges across Scotland, the MHF will offer recommendations for improvements that will empower students to live mentally healthy lives.
Book your student society’s event and compete against each other in a series of ludicrous tasks. The winners will then have the chance to compete against other societies in semi-finals and the Students’ Union grand final!