Five-fold increase in number of first-year students disclosing a mental health condition to their university

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New IPPR research shows 94% of UK universities have seen an increase in demand for counselling services

Posted inNews archiveon05 Sep 2017

Over the past 10 years the number of students disclosing a mental health condition to their institution has increased dramatically, according to a new report published today by IPPR, the progressive policy think tank.15,395 first-year students at higher education institutions in the UK disclosed a mental health condition in 2015/16 (2% of all students) – almost five times the number in 2006/07 (0.4%).

The new analysis finds a widening gap in mental health disclosures between male and female students.

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