If you are trying to stick to a budget, The Money Charity has developed an application for your phones to help students keep an accurate record of spending. Please visit the following link...



Use the Family Action grant search to check if you can get extra help from a charitable trust. Or you can also look at Turn to Us to help with some of the costs



There are many websites that can provide you with information about student funding. One website you may wish to look at is the Student Money site, brought to you by Hotcourses and UCAS to provide a comprehensive guide to everything you need when planning and organising your student finances. Student Money is made up of four key tools: Search for Funding, Budget Planner, Loan Repayment and Wage Predictor.
The BBC website also has a number of pages dedicated to finance, with a budget calculator as a link from one of the pages.
For alternative funding including support from Charities and Trusts, check out the Prospects Website.
Single parents can find more information on potential sources of funding and charities who may be able to help in cases of hardship via the Gingerbread pages for students.



There are many options for graduates after study including employment, travel and future study. Below are useful links for graduates.
DirectGov - Student finance, loans and universities



Being a student isn't all bad news financially - being a member of the Students' Union gets you all sorts of brilliant discounts on travel, cinema tickets, theatre tickets, clothes, CDs, books etc. Make sure to buy your NUS card from the Students’ Union in the Campus Centre Building today.



Need more help? Get advice and support from DSU Welfare