CIMA puts wellbeing first

CIMA & AICPA are stepping up efforts to provide additional wellbeing support for its UK students, and has announced it will working with the mental health

charity Student Minds.

PQs will be able to contact the AICPA & CIMA customer service team or refer to the website to be signposted to relevant Student Minds and Student Space materials and resources.

Student Minds was started in 2009 and was originally aimed predominantly at University students, but has broadened its scope to include those studying towards professional qualifications and taking alternate routes into higher education.

CIMA said: “Together, we can help ensure that no student is held back by their mental health.”

To find out more about Student Minds, visit, or if you need mental health support and advice, visit

Student Minds recently launched its new university mental health community- the Student Minds’ Hub. The Hub is a place where students can find community, engage with training and resources, and find out how their university can put student mental health first. Student Mind explained: “We are here to empower students to find the tools, insights and information that they need.”