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Resits and repeats – what happens to student funding?

  Taking resits at the end of the summer? Resubmitting work at the end of the summer? Repeating part or all of an academic year in 17/18? You need to know how this affects you financially, so read on: Firstly, if

Posted in General advice and information, Money Advice

Part time undergraduate students can apply now for 2017/18 student finance

                Part time undergraduate students starting a course in 2017, or continuing with their course, can now apply for funding for academic year 2017/18 Student Finance England has produced a helpful video which should explain

Posted in Money Advice, Money, Grants and Bursaries

Are you a Northern Ireland student interested in postgraduate funding?

                      If you are looking at funding opportunities for a postgraduate course here at Brighton and you’re from Northern Ireland, you may be interested in the new postgraduate loan scheme for

Posted in Money Advice, Money, Grants and Bursaries

Have you applied to the Summer Fund?

                If you have applied to the Summer Hardship Fund and the Assessors have asked for additional information, we need to receive this by Monday 10th July. This is because all applications need to be

Posted in Money Advice, Money, Grants and Bursaries

Support and advice for carers #CarersWeek

Student Advice is supporting Carers Week 2017 Bournemouth Borough Council via Compfight We would like to encourage any student carers out there to come and talk to a Student Adviser about their financial situation. What we can offer: student funding checks

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Student Advice Service supports Mental Health Awareness Week

Hey Paul Studios via Compfight There are lots of activities happening this week in support of Mental Health Awareness, both locally and nationally. Mental health seems to be on everyone’s agenda. Last year, as part of National Student Money Week,

Posted in General advice and information, Money Advice, Money, Grants and Bursaries

Old £5 notes will be withdrawn from today

                                                  If you have any old paper £5 notes tucked away, they will no longer be recognised as

Posted in Money Advice

Be warned – don’t travel without a valid rail ticket

If you travel by train and you change at Brighton station you may be interested to know that there were additional inspectors in place by platform 7 this morning, checking commuters’ tickets  who were changing platforms. Éole Wind via Compfight

Posted in Money Advice

Student Advice is open for business over the holiday

As the curtains are drawn on one term…………………………………. josullivan.59 via Compfight The Student Advice Service remains open through the holiday period If you have got any questions about the Student Support and other hardship funds, Bursary payment dates or you want some help

Posted in Money Advice, Money, Grants and Bursaries

TAKE 5 with Santander

As part of national Take Five fraud awareness day last week our local Santander branch hosted an awareness raising session for students and university staff. Students took part in ‘spot the phish’, learning how to identify phishing emails and what to do if they had been phished

Posted in Money Advice
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