Edinburgh University admits failings after student kills herself


Exclusive: internal review finds gaps in response to repeated warnings about Romily Ulvestad’s mental health

A student killed herself after the University of Edinburgh failed to escalate her case and provide additional support, despite repeated warnings that she was struggling with her mental health, an internal report found.

University bosses admitted a series of failings in the support they provided for Romily Ulvestad, who was found dead at her parents’ home in London in April, four days after her 21st birthday.

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