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Exploring student mental health challenges in UK higher education – the call for an emotional intelligence-based curriculum post-COVID
Mental health has continuously emerged as an issue of concern amongst university students globally (Global Summit on Student Affairs and Services, 2016). The World Health Organization (2020) stated that “mental wellbeing needs to be understood as a state of wellbeing in which every individual realizes his or her own [emotional intelligence] potential and possesses the ability to cope with normal stresses of life”. This paper draws upon the mental health challenges during the Covid-19 pandemic amongst university students in the United Kingdom and proposes that the higher education system should consider embedding emotional intelligence into the university curriculum post-Covid. To investigate how the Covid-19 pandemic has increased mental health challenges, we will conduct secondary research from press, academic literature and academic literature. Additionally, semi-structured interviews with university student support services staff will be conducted to explore how an emotional intelligence-based curriculum combat these mental health challenges post-covid.

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