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Students should be able to declare mental health issues on UCAS forms.

Students should be able to declare mental health issues on UCAS forms.

Prospective students should declare eating disorders and any history of self-harm under a new section on Ucas application forms, the head of mental health for Universities UK (UUK) has urged.

The university admissions process must be changed to encourage more students to tell institutions about their mental health before they arrive for Freshers’ Week, according to Steve West, vice chancellor of the University of West England (UWE).

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