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Oxford Business College takes the welfare of our students very seriously. We have an open-door policy and provide plenty of opportunities for student to discuss their issues.

The Student Welfare Officer is available anytime during office hours to help you with a range of issues and provide you with information on accommodation, health, transport, council and help you with settling in the city.

If there is something you would like to discuss in private; discuss any worries or concerns you have, whether they be connected to the college (exam anxiety, study difficulties) or personal issues (family, loneliness, health problems), please make an appointment with Lynda Plenty – our college counsellor. She is a trained Counsellor and is available weekly for free confidential appointments. You do not need to give any information regarding the reason you wish to meet the Counsellor.

Prevent Lead

Luke

prevent@oxfordbusinesscollege.ac.uk

Luke is the PREVENT officer

Prevent is about safeguarding and supporting those vulnerable to radicalisation so please talk to him if you feel this could be a concern in the college.

If you have any problem regarding
welfare, Please speak to Unai

walfare.office@oxfordbusinesscollege.ac.uk

Unai is the WELFARE officer

Welfare is about providing a safe and supportive space for you to study so please talk to him if you have a problem, a complaint or even just feel uncomfortable.

if you have a problem you want to
talk about,please talk to LYNDA

lynda.plenty@oxfordbusinesscollege.ac.uk

Lynda is the college counsellor

Many people sort out problems by talking to friends or family. But there are times when this isn’t enough and it makes sense to come to the Counselling Service.