Thank you for showing interest in BUV’s student mental health programmes. BUV Wellbeing hosts workshops and tea discussions on a regular basis to encourage students to talk about their problems with friends, psychologists, and professionals in relevant sectors, allowing them to learn new skills and enhance their mental health and self-care.
You can register to participate in all events on the Fanpage for BUV students and according to specific instructions issued to each student. In addition, BUV Wellbeing offers psychological counseling. When you wish to express your private worries, you can contact email@example.com to organize a one-on-one counseling appointment with confidentiality and trust.
Do not hesitate to participate in all of BUV’s wellness events and to share your concerns with us!
To register to start a club, gather ten friends with similar interests, create a specific activity plan for the club, and contact the BUV Student Experience, Placements and Alumni Department via email at firstname.lastname@example.org within two months with the list of members, the club establishment form, and the planned activity plan.
Students are invited to offer innovative ideas that will improve the BUV community and society. Please submit an activity proposal to BUV’s Student and Career Development Department (email@example.com) so that SE department can assist you. BUV will assess your proposal for support and accompany you through the process of applying for approval/sponsorship and carrying out these activities.
By the end of 2021, nine cohorts of BUV students have graduated with amazing figures. 100% of graduates get a job or go on further study within three months of graduation.
At BUV, a department called Student Experience Department is in place to equip students with understanding, knowledge, and skills in planning and preparing for their future careers.
BUV students will receive Employability Skill Set Training, which will prove useful for their future careers; and join student clubs that befit their aptitudes and interests, such as football club, dance club, or charity club, to develop comprehensively. To enable students to apply in-class skills and knowledge into hands-on experience right from their freshman year, the Student Experience Department offers students internship opportunities at leading international companies and organisations, such as Standard Chartered Bank, SSI, Prudential, ANZ, Apollo, and British Council. In addition, the Student Experience Department also provides guidance on effective preparation for job applications as well as must-have skills for application and interview for postgraduate programmes.