Students

Funding Advice

Contact us

Student Services
The Roper Centre, 4 West
University of Bath
Claverton Down
Bath
BA2 7AY

Call us:

+44 (0)1225 385538

Email us:

studentfundingadvice@bath.ac.uk

Current students can also contact us via the online Helpdesk accessed from SAMIS.

Opening times

Monday - Friday
9.30am - 4.30pm

Closed

Saturday - Sunday

The Funding Advice team works with students to provide practical advice on managing money, financial entitlement and sourcing additional income. Our aim is to encourage students to take control of their finances, before getting into difficulties.

We offer one to one appointments and run a drop-in session.

Appointments 

To book an appointment to see an adviser please either:

Phone: 01225 385538 (help-desk)

e-mail: studentfundingadvice@bath.ac.uk

Drop-ins

Drop in sessions are held in Student Services 4 West Level 2 between 1.30pm to 4.30pm on Tuesdays.

Phishing emails warning

Please be aware that there have been reports of fraudsters sending ‘phishing’ emails to students in order to access online student accounts and change student’s bank details in order to take money.

Please note: If students give their logon and password details to anyone these people can use this information to change the bank details on the student's student support account and then all SLC grant, loan and BSU bursary payments will be re-routed to the fraudster's account and the student will receive nothing.

What to look out for:

The SLC NEVER asks students to confirm login and password details so any email that they receive asking them to confirm this information is bogus.

What to do if you receive a bogus email

The best thing to do if you receive one of these emails is to forward it to phishing@slc.co.uk The SLC will locate the bogus website and get it taken down. Therefore students can protect both themselves and other more vulnerable students by merely forwarding all phishing emails.

If students think that they have been caught by one of these attacks they must report it to the SLC immediately. Students are most likely to be targeted in the weeks leading up to a grant and loan payment date so they must be especially vigilant at this time.

More information about online safety