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Who is this Advice Guide for?

Who is this Advice Guide for?

This advice guide is for home and EU undergraduate students. It gives information about additional grants, scholarships or bursaries that you might be eligible for to top up your main source of funding. If you are a medical or dental student, instead read the Advice and Counselling Service’s advice guide ‘Funding for Medical and Dental Students’. If you are an international student, read the Money section of the international pages of the Advice and Counselling Service website. If you are postgraduate student, see the Advice and Counselling Service’s ‘Postgraduate Funding’ advice guide.

Before reading the rest of this advice guide, you may find it useful to have a look at the Money section of the Advice and Counselling Service website which has summaries of the main sources of funding for undergraduate study, including loans, grants and bursaries:

If your course start date is 2016 onwards

If your course start date is before 2016

Once you have read these resources, as well as this Advice Guide, if you have further questions, contact a Welfare Adviser in the Advice and Counselling Service.

As different students get different amounts of funding based on their individual circumstances, it can be useful to plan a budget to determine how much funding you need to cover your tuition fees and living costs for the duration of your programme. There is detailed information on our website to help you do this. If you need help with this, or to identify any other funding you might be eligible to apply for, to make up any shortfall you have identified in your budget, you can contact a Welfare Adviser.

Here is a list of other Advice Guides and web pages from the Advice and Counselling Service which can help you manage your money while you study:

Where we refer to 'EU+' this is important extra information for European Union students. UK students can ignore the EU+ references.


Disclaimer:
Law, regulations and policies can change quickly. The information on our website is given in good faith and has been carefully checked but QMUL cannot accept responsibility for any errors or omissions. QMUL is not responsible for the content or reliability of the linked websites which are provided for further information.

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