Support that Student Services is providing.
Student Money Advice
The Money Advice team offers practical advice on managing money, funding and sourcing additional income during drop-in sessions and appointments.
If you are a student in financial difficulty, you may be eligible to apply for a non-repayable grant from the University of Bath Hardship Fund.
Don’t get caught out by phishing attempts. The University or the Students Loans Company will never ask for your login and password.
If you are a student with a temporary cash flow problem you may be able to apply for a small short-term loan.
Managing your money at university can be a challenge, we have lots of advice, guidance & information to help you make informed decisions about your finances.
Information for international and EU students on sources of funding and other financial information.
What you need to budget for when you come to university, including fees, living costs, and study costs.
If you are leaving care, a Foyer resident, or estranged from your parents, we can provide additional support and financial assistance to help you at University.
If you are applying for University and have refugee, asylum seeker, HP or DLR status, there is information about financial and other support here.
If you are a young adult carer you can find information here on additional support and financial assistance.
Financial advice and information for graduates including if you move to further study or on to a career.
Information and advice if you are a student and have children.
If you are going on placement, there is information here about planning your finances including loans, other funding support, paying taxes and other tips.
If you are undertaking an internship, voluntary placement or similar opportunity outside of a normal placement year you may be eligible to apply for an award.