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Join Our Celebration - Globally MindEd Conference

Join us on the 06 December for our Globally MindEd event - sign up here

I blinked and suddenly we're at a point in the project where I'm talking to partners about closing the project out and our legacy. This can be sad but what is great is the sheer work that the project has accomplished in the challenging circumstances we've been facing.

So - Globally MindEd will not just mark the launch our higher education toolkit for supporting international student mental health & wellbeing but will be a celebration of all the work that's been done, a thank you to the student's and organisations that supported us while managing their own priorities.

Why Online?

The project started planning for the project before now and at the time it still looked unclear the direction the outbreak might take - in terms of how people would be able to travel and come together. To best manage this uncertainty we took the decision to embrace a virtual experience and are working hard to provide this in the best way possible.

We were also very conscious that we wanted this to be an event that reached out to the whole sector and that inherently hosting the conference in a single University or location might jeopardise this.

Finally, we wanted to welcome as wide a body of people as possible, including students, academics, practitioners and stakeholders across the sector. We wanted to offer the event as free and 'hidden' costs related to travel, accommodation and subsistence that often go hand in hand with a face-to-face event.

Where do I sign-up?

We've launched our conference website ( where you can learn more about the event and register to attend.

We're also inviting those interested in contributing as a speaker, panel member or hosting a session to register their interest. You can use this form and we'd love to hear from you! (


Working in Partnership

The project is nationwide, and we're making a real effort to engage with everyone interested in international student mental health, including universities, mental health services, students unions, sector bodies, charities and organisations such a private student accommodation.

The project is led by the University of Nottingham, in partnership with the University of Nottingham Students' Union, University of Leeds, Leeds University Union, SOAS, SOAS Students' Union, Student Minds and Campuslife Ltd.

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Tell us a bit about yourself My name is Andrew. I was born in the North East and moved around the country working at different Universities (within the Students’ Union sector) before arriving at Notti