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More than £2m announced for student mental health in Wales


Welsh education minister says funding will help with wellbeing in cost of living crisis

The Welsh government has allocated £2.3 million to support students’ mental health and financial planning as the cost of living crisis continues to bite.

Welsh education minister Jeremy Miles unveiled the funding for university mental health and wellbeing services today, saying it would “help address [the] cost of living crisis facing learners and students of all ages”.

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