The Peer Support Programme was developed in recognition of the essential role students play in supporting and encouraging one another on a day-to-day basis throughout their time at university. Peer supporters are undergraduate and graduate students who have formally applied for the role and who are trained. These applications require permission from tutors or supervisors. They receive 24 hours of training and attend fortnightly supervision through the Counselling Service to consolidate their training. For further questions, contact the Peer Support Programme Coordinator Tim.
Find out more on the Oxford Students website.