Financial hardship is one of the biggest difficulties that you have told us students face, which is why we have put the below list of links together. You can find information on bursaries, national funding pots, and small things that make a lot of difference such as help with health costs!
Don’t forget that SU Advice (firstname.lastname@example.org) are always here if you need to talk to someone about money. We have our own foodbank which any student in need can access, and we can also help you with filling in hardship forms. If you need help please just ask.
Child maintenance is financial support towards your child’s everyday living costs when you’ve separated from the other parent.
Find out more information at gov.uk.
The SU’s team of expert advisers deliver free, confidential, impartial advice and guidance to all University of Exeter (Cornwall Campuses) students and Falmouth University students.
Book an appointment by calling 01326 255861 or pop in the SU office. You can also email email@example.com.
This is broken down by department so that you can plan what you will need to spend throughout your degree.
Find your subject to see the projected costs of things like fieldwork, specialist equipment, or course books that you need.
For all University of Exeter students, please see the student finance page from the University's website for information on your tuition fees, accommodation fees, due dates and penalties.
You can also pay your fees online and find out about funding opportunities from the University of Exeter.
For all Falmouth students, please see the student funding page from the University's website for information on your tuition fees and payment methods
You can also find out about funding and bursaries for Undergraduate and Postgraduate courses.
Both Universities run hardship funds to support students in financial difficulty.
You collect a form from the SU office and book an appointment with our SU Advisors to aid you in completing the form (should you need to).
If you have a low income, you may be able to get help with NHS costs through the NHS Low Income Scheme (LIS).
The scheme covers prescription costs, dental costs, eye care costs, healthcare travel costs and wigs and fabric supports.
Find out more on the NHS website.
The gov.uk website offers a wide range of information and services on benefits, money, tax and more.
You can find detailed guides on their website.
The Money Charity is the UK’s financial capability charity. They empower people across the UK to build the skills, knowledge, attitudes and behaviours, to make the most of their money throughout their lives.
Check out their website for useful money-saving articles for students.
Scholarship Search is a comprehensive resource for UK student funding from hardship funds and grants to bursaries, awards and academic scholarships.
Check out their website for featured scholarships and advice.
SU's Advice Service has prepared some useful factsheets for parents who have dependent children.