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  • MoneyExplorer The Southern Universities Network has launched a brand new resource aimed at students who would like to find out more about budgeting for university. Our interactive site encourages students to collect 10 budget badges and to learn how to budget effectively at university to steer clear of unnecessary debt.
  • Disabled Students' Allowances (DSA) Disabled Students' Allowance provides information on types of support available once the students have applied through Student Loan Company.
  • NUS Guide for Student with Children/Dependents Advice and guidance for students who are or will be in higher education in the UK, that have children or are supporting a dependent adult. This guide gives information on extra funding and support available.
  • Child Care Grant Information on eligibility for extra support for full-time higher education students with children.
  • Scholarship Search Information on scholarships with a search facility available to find extra funding depending on subject area, organisation and other requirements.
  • Overview of Student Finance Information on student loans, additional support, the application process and repayments.
  • Student Loan Repayments Information on the repayment of student loans, interest rates and over repayments.
  • Martin Lewis - Money Saving Expert This website gives an independent view of student finance. Information and guides available for students, mature students and part time students. Also advice on student bank accounts and common myths.
  • Unite Foundation Charitable trust run via Unite Students accommodation services- providing free accommodation and cash bursaries to students at several universities. Criteria include income assessment, care leavers, homeless students.
  • Brightside Student Calculator Specialist tool that will help you sort you finances and make you keep track of your cash.
  • The Really Useful Book of Learning and Earning (RUBLE) The Really Useful Book of Learning and Earning for Young Adult Carers is aimed at young adults (aged 16–25) in England who are looking after somebody else. This free book has new and up-to-date useful information about looking after your health and wellbeing, job hunting, housing, health services, learning, working and volunteering, and money management.
  • BANK OF ENGLAND SCHOLARSHIP PROGRAMME If you’re from a black or mixed African/Caribbean background and are looking for financial support whilst at university, our scholarship programme may be for you. Download the PDF to find out more.

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