Celebrating one year of partnership between TalkCampus and the University of Bristol

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Bristol is one of the most popular and successful universities in the UK,

ranked in the world's top 60 in the QS World University Rankings 2021.

Bristol were looking to provide their students with app based support for

their mental health that provided them with a safe space to share the ups

and downs of student life. Having a student specific space to talk that felt

familiar and intuitive with real time professional safeguarding and escalation

would be a unique offering and one that would provide much needed

support to Bristol students at a time when online learning was quickly

becoming the norm.


TalkCampus was delighted to be able to support Bristol to rapidly deploy

the service to their entire student population in March 2020 as the UK

entered lockdown. This ensured that students had continuity of care

when so many offline services were temporarily unavailable and as

students adapted to a vastly different student experience.





TalkCampus is a 24/7 global peer support network for students.

Supporting over 500,000 students worldwide with real time

moderation and escalation. If you would like to explore how

TalkCampus can support your students we’d love to hear

from you. Book a Demo - https://www.talkcampus.io

With TalkCampus, students have free access to instant, ongoing

peer support ­via their smartphones within a familiar and intuitive

network. Whilst traditional support services have a vital role to

play for student mental health, online peer support plays a powerful

role for upstream, early and ongoing intervention.


TalkCampus is a proactive and preventative mental health solution

that is inclusive to all students, whether on campus or studying

remotely. With so many students studying at home in isolation

having someone to talk to and share with can make all the difference.

A recent survey found that since using TalkCampus 85% of students

find it easier to ask for help when they need it and 82% find it easier

to cope with life.

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