Improving financial awareness through information and effective delivery of student funding.
Scholarships, grants and funding
The Student Funding Office offers advice on government grants, student loans, bursaries, scholarships and hardship funds you could receive as a student at the University.
Postgraduate researchers can also get information about funding opportunities from the University Graduate School.
The Student Funding Office has advice on identifying your potential expenses and sources of income when you come to university. This will help you create a budget for yourself and take control of your money
If you are having problems with money and would like to speak to an advisor in person, you can visit the Advice and Representation Centre (ARC) in the Guild of Students. Advisers offer budgeting support, advice on difficult financial situations and help completing hardship applications.
The Student Mentor Scheme (Guild of Students) provides advice and guidance to all students living in university accommodation. If you are having financial difficulties, the scheme can help you develop strategies to better manage your money or to access specialist help should you need it.
Finding part-time work
Job Zone at the Guild of Students provides you with access to hundreds of part-time and vacation vacancies in the local area and and the University. Worklink provides access to casual work within the University.
Paying tuition and accommodation fees
You can pay your tuition fees and accommodation charges online, or visit the Student Fees Enquiry & Income Counter, B block of the Aston Webb building.
Dealing with anxiety
Financial difficulties may leave you feeling anxious and distressed. It may help to talk to someone about these feelings.