The University is aware that some students may have support needs around the above area. See the associated policy for more information - PDF 79.6 KB
All students should ensure that their Mumps, Measles and Rubella (MMR) vaccination is up to date. For further information about mumps, please read the following advice leaflet from the NHS [PDF]
Meningococcal disease is a rare but life threatening disease that occurs mainly in young children and young adults.
The University of Bedfordshire would like to highlight to all students the importance of having a Meningitis vaccination to protect against the disease. More information here
The University works in partnership with local GP surgeries / GP practices to support your health needs.
You will need to register with a local doctor (GP) when you come to University - do not leave this until you are unwell.
We recommend you do this during your induction week when representatives are on campus.
Registration with any GP surgery is free but you can only register with one GP / Health Centre at any time.
Castle Street Surgery is the dedicated GP surgery for students at the Luton campus. It is a 5 minute walk from the University Square building.
Goldington Avenue Surgery is the dedicated GP practice for students at the Bedford campus.
Central Milton Keynes Medical Centre is the nearest GP surgery to Milton Keynes campus.
It is easy to walk from the campus using the 'redways' cycle/footpaths.
Registration: 10.30am – 3.30pm Monday - Friday.
Contact our Disability Advice Team if you have complex medical needs that you feel will affect your academic performance and would like to discuss support requirements.