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Are you waiting to hear the outcome of a Student Support Fund application?

If you recently applied for the Student Support Fund and you’re waiting to hear the outcome, the processing time is currently 4 weeks. This is due to the increase in applications being submitted at this time. We have one more payment

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

Cold weather means hot refreshments for energy and sustenance

As the days get shorter and colder, here are some top tips on staying nourished for £less Invest in a decent packed lunch box or Tupperware – old ice cream containers may suffice but do check it can withstand heat. Make double

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Students travelling to placement – you may be eligible for help with the cost of travel

This is important information for teaching and health science students travelling to placement who are eligible to receive extra financial support to help pay for travel. Are you a Health Science student, who started your course on or after 1st

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Money saving tips for Christmas travel

For those of us making travel plans over the festive period, things can get a bit hectic come December, so try to plan ahead and get your tickets as far in advance as possible. If your journey takes you through London and

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Are you worried about making ends meet this side of Christmas?

The university has additional funding available for students who find themselves in financial difficulty. The main fund is called the Student Support Fund and we typically receive in the region of 1000 applications throughout the academic year. Applications are open

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You can get help with the cost of prescriptions, glasses, dentist and other health essentials

Did you know that students are eligible to apply for reduced health costs from the NHS? We can tell you how You have to complete a form and send evidence (in a freepost envelope which comes with the form) to support your

Posted in Money Advice

Have you got a question about your student finance?

Have you been assessed but you think you should be receiving more? Have you been assessed but you’re not sure what it all means? Have you been assessed but you’re still waiting for your funding? Are you still waiting to

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Student Advice is here to help you access funding and manage your money

We hope our new and returning students are now in the full swing of things and enjoying uni life after the summer break. For many new starters, getting to grips with your finances can be a bit of struggle. That’s

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Student Finance news for new Paramedic Practice students starting a course in 2018

We want to make sure our Paramedics are getting the maximum funding they are entitled to and as the funding arrangements for Paramedics has changed fundamentally this year, we know that there is some confusion around funding for this particular course. Here’s the

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Savvy shopping saves pennies and pounds

Be a savvy shopper For many the weekly shop will be a very familiar task, but for others, especially if you’ve moved from a family home, it can be quite an overwhelming experience, particularly when you’re working on a tight

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