Students looking for financial aid can turn to a number of resources for help, advice, and additional support.
Financial support for Undergraduate students
There is additional support available for Undergraduate students including part-time students, those with children or disabilities, students from Wales, Scotland, Northern Ireland, or other countries.
Further detailed information for home students can be found on the Government's Student Finance website.
If you are on a course funded by the NHS such as nursing, midwifery, physiotherapy, occupational therapy or speech and language therapy, details of the financial support available to you will be found at the NHS Student Bursaries website. This site also has information about bursaries for Social Work students. Further information is available on our Undergraduate webpages.
Financial support for Postgraduate students
Funding is available from a wide range of sources but there is no entitlement to funding except for PGCE and Social Work students. A useful summary of the main funding services can be found on the gov.uk website. Further information about fees and scholarships for postgraduate taught degrees and research degrees can be found on our Postgraduate webpages.
Financial support for PGCE students
Financial help for Healthcare students
Pre-September 2017 HSC students who are funded by the NHS can apply for reimbursement of placement expenses and help with childcare costs. More information and up to date booklets on NHS bursary funding can be found at: https://www.nhsbsa.nhs.uk/nhs-bursary-students/help-and-guidance
Post-September 2017 HSC students are funded mainly by Student Finance, but the Learning Support Fund (LSF) is an additional financial resource. This Fund includes Travel and Dual Accommodation Expenses, the Child Dependants Allowance and the Exceptional Support Fund. More information can be found at: https://www.nhsbsa.nhs.uk/learning-support-fund/
Financial help for Medical students
The following article gives information on the Intercalation Year and general NHS funding for MED students. Additional resources for medical students can be found at www.rmbf.org/medical-students and the Norfolk Benevolent Medical Society www.nbms.org.uk
Financial help for Students with Dependent Children
Students with dependent children may have additional expenses relating to their parental responsibilities. Information about possible sources of extra help can be found in our leaflet: Financial Support for Students with Dependent Children.
For further help, financial advisers in the Student Services Student Life Centre are available to discuss ways to manage on your student income. Contact an adviser by phone (01603 593290, 01603 591702 or 01603 593184) or e-mail (firstname.lastname@example.org), or make an appointment by contacting a Student Service reception by phone (01603 592761) or by e-mail (email@example.com). The Financial Advisers are located in the Student Services Student Life Centre in the Lawrence Stenhouse Building (LBS) 0.20.