Bristol happiness course ‘improves student well-being’
From Times Higher Education: “ In 2018, the University of Bristol became the first UK higher education institution to launch a course in happiness, designed to teach students science-based strategies for a more fulfilling life. The first results from the initiative suggest that the 10-week programme paid off: three cohorts of students who took the Science of Happiness course had significantly increased well-being compared with control groups, suggesting that learning about happiness might be a good way of achieving it. The course even had a positive impact on students’ mental health during the pandemic.”
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