Find out about the student Hardship Fund and how it could help you financially.
Care Experienced Bursary
If you're a new or continuing undergraduate or postgraduate student who was in UK local authority care prior to starting your course, you could be eligible for a bursary of up to £1500.
If you're a new or continuing undergraduate or postgraduate student who are estranged from your parents, you could be eligible for a bursary of up to £1500.
Graduation Assistance Fund
If you are experiencing financial difficulty and are invited to attend a Graduation Ceremony, you may be able to receive financial assistance towards the cost of your gown hire and/or ticket.
Late funding loan (Home UK students only)
Late Funding Loans are available to undergraduate and postgraduate students who are eligible and have applied for funding from Student Finance or the NHS, but have not yet received any payments.
If you're a student with UK refugee status, or a dependant of UK refugees, you may be eligible for a bursary of up to £1500 if you are studying full time or up to £750 if you are studying part time.
SU Financial advice, support and loans
Dealing with finances as a student can get confusing at times and we know that student life often means having to live on a budget. Some students rely on receiving a student loan, whilst others are self-funded or receive grants and scholarships.