Trusts and Charities
There are are a number of trusts and charities which students in financial hardship may be able to for financial help. Click here for further information on searching and applying for funding from charitable sources.
Healthcare and NHS Funding
If you're studying medicine, dentistry, speech science or orthoptics you could be eligible for extra funding for healthcare courses and/or a bursary from the NHS. Click here for more information.
Benefits and Tax Credits
Some students in special circumstances can claim benefits - find out if you are eligible and how to claim them.
You can get a Disabled Students' Allowance if you have extra course costs as a result of your disability or learning difficulty. DSAs are not means-tested and you can get them if you are a full or part time undergraduate and for some postgraduate courses.
Thinking of starting a postgraduate degree? You need to think about how to fund your course. Here's everything you need to know about postgraduate funding.
Financial Help from the University
There are a range of financial help options available from the university which include bursaries, schoalrships, and for students in financial hardship. Read about what help you could be entitled to from the university.
Funding for EU Students
If you live in the EU and are thinking of applying, find out if you're eligible for funding here.