Careers Advisers are available at King's Cross, Soho and Victoria campuses.

If you would like to book a 1:1 appointment, visit our Contact page

Alternatively, you can access lunchtime drop-in (times below)

King's Cross
Mon - Fri
12pm - 2pm 
Room K004
Soho
Tues
11:30 am - 1pm 
Reception area
Victoria
Thurs  11:30am - 12:30pm
Fri       1:30pm - 2:30pm
LEX Reception area

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Student Finance

Further Education

If you're 19+ and planning on studying a Level 3 course (A Levels/ Access to HE) or above, you may be entitled to the Advanced Learner Loan to cover the costs of your tuition.

 

You may also be eligible for money from the Advanced Learner Loan Bursary Fund if you need help with some costs while studying, for example childcare, travel or trips related to your course. Application is through the college.

 

0300 100 0619

 

 

Higher Education

If you're planning on studying for a degree or other HE course, there are funding options available to help pay for tuition fees and help with living costs. You may also be able to access bursaries, grants and scholarships.

Tuition fees and Maintenance Loans

These are managed by Student Finance England

Calculate how much you may get

If you are an EU national, your Tuition fees will be paid but you need to be resident in the UK for five years to receive Maintenance loans.

 

Student Finance England

0300 100 0607

Student FInance Services

EU students 0141 243 3570 / EEA citizens working in the UK 0300 100 0607

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

 

 

More videos available from Student Finance England

More information about student finance from UCAS

Scholarships and bursaries

Bursaries and scholarships are accessed via the university or HEI (Higher Education Institute)

  • Universities and HEI's can have several options, you may be eligible for more than one

  • Each one may have different eligibility criteria

  • Some are for academic merit or financial need and some focused on particular subjects or programmes of study

  • You apply directly to the university or HEI

Other information on bursaries and scholarships is available from The Complete University Guide

Local Authority Care students

Additional funding is available to students who are or have been in local authority care. You may be entitled to a 'one-off' £2000 Higher Education Bursary from your local authority, ask you local authority about this. 
Visit Propel for further information and guidance on funding options
Disabled Students' Allowances (DSAs) 
If you are a student with a learning difficulty, health problem or disability, you can apply for (DSAs) to cover some extra costs, further information can be found at GOV.UK

If you would like to discuss money and student finance, speak with your personal tutor or an adviser from the Careers and Employability team. 

Other resources

thescholarshiphub

 

scholarship-search (post-graduate)

 

unigrants (undergraduate)

Helena Kennedy Foundation

Family Action (educational grants)

Refugee Support Network

UKCISA (international students)

Runnerclick (Sports and Academic scholarship)

NHS Business Services Authority (bursaries)

National Zakat Foundation (financial support)

Halal Student Loans (information only)