If you’re going through unexpected financial hardship or need some finance advice, then the Student finance team within Student Services at the University can give you the neccessary advice to suit your financial needs.
The Finance Advisers offer drop-ins at the following times in the STUDENT CENTRE:
Mondays 12:00 – 1:30pm
Thursdays 12:00 – 1:30pm
There’s no need to book ahead, but let the Student Centre know if you want to speak to an adviser and get yourself on the list. The list may close early if it's busy.
You can also book 1:1 appointments with the finance advisers here.
The University has access to Blackbullion which provides students with a budgeting tool and guidance on student loans and preparing for university. For log-in details, get in touch with the Student Centre or the Student Finance team at the University.
Please follow this link for information about the NHS bursary.
If you're a health student studying either Midwifery, Nursing, ODP or Radiography, you may be eligible for some funding from the NHS Learning Support Fund. For more information, please click here.
You may also be able to get funding to help with childcare costs if you are in full-time education and have children under the age of 15, or 17 if they have special educational needs. For more information please visit https://www.gov.uk/childcare-grant
The University also has a financial support fund. Standard awards are made to help towards your general cost of being a student and non-standard awards are made to help if you have unexpected expenditures like an emergency repair to household equipment. You're expected to be in receipt of all other means of financial support that you're eligible to benefit from before you apply for the FSF. For more details, please follow this link.