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How to prepare yourself for university
Understanding and preparing for what life at university will be like is important to ensure your transition into higher education is as smooth as possible.
If you’re moving away from home to attend university, it’s likely that you’ll want to change your GP practice so you’re able to sort out any medical issues easily. As well as being a more convenient option, doctors near university campuses are well-equipped to deal with student-related health issues such as mental health, travel clinics and sexual health.
All new university students aged 25 and under are strongly advised to have an MenACWY vaccination before they arrive at University or as soon as possible after arrival. We recommend you contact your GP to arrange this. Full information on protecting yourself against meningitis and septicaemia is available here. The Health and Wellbeing team at UEL can provide advice on registering with a GP.
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