Post-grad wellbeing: Project Courage

About Post-grad wellbeing: Project Courage

Project Courage consists of two years of research and trials in universities across the UK.

Led by researchers at the University of East Anglia, and funded by the Office for Students and the University of East Anglia, it applied a huge variety of methodologies, including survey data, literature review and focus groups for the research component, and then ran interventions at primarily three levels: prevention; resilience; and in-depth support. These were across eight strands of work ranging from policy adjustments to accessible physical activities.

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External resource

  • ONS income and wealth
  • Our World Data -Happiness and Life Satisfaction