Moving to university is an exciting time for students – but it often comes with uncertainties and unexpected challenges. This is where our support is invaluable for fostering positive experiences and allowing students to flourish in all aspects of university life.
At UPP, we work closely with our university partners, with student unions, and with students themselves to create scalable, flexible experience programmes that are complementary to the university offering and which help our students thrive.
UPP offer an inclusive, student-led approach that is designed with the university journey of students at its core, to create an amazing and rewarding experience. The student voice is at the heart of all the decisions UPP make, ensuring we are tailoring projects to suit the unique needs of current students.
We prioritise wellbeing
Looking to the future
From exciting and diverse social calendars through to large scale celebrity keynote events, UPP can deliver scalable, bespoke ResLife packages designed to enhance the value of the residential experience, complementing the offering of our partners. These programmes are bespoke to each university in order to best suit the student body and can be designed based on key values and principles that are important both to each partner.
UPP’s bespoke App is designed to support students with managing day to day life in Halls from completing their room inventory when they move in, alerting them when a washing machine has become available, notifying them of any maintenance required, and advertising upcoming events. It also holds key information including emergency contact numbers and details on hall health and safety.
UPP can employ and manage Student Representatives on your behalf to help run a social calendar in halls. This might include weekly events that the Representatives run, and because the organisers are students themselves, they know what students are most interested in and how they prefer to spend their time whilst not studying
We run and analyse feedback from Focus Groups and provide insight to universities on student sentiment and perspectives.