Contact your funding provider to check if funding is available to you.
Submit an application for funding if you have not done so already. Students are eligible to apply up to 9 months after the start of their course, however, this will result in a delay in receiving funding
Check how funding affects your benefits
Make a note of accommodation payment deadlines by checking my tenancy agreement or the University’s website (if in University accommodation)
Make a list of your income for the year e.g.
- Maintenance funding
- Social Work/NHS Bursary
- Grants for dependants
- University grants
- Part-time work
- Parental Contribution
Make a list of your expenses for the year e.g.
- Books and Equipment
Use your income and expenditure list to create a budget plan.
- Collect ID card in September for funding to be released. You will need to be enrolled in order to release your tuition fee funding and maintenance funding. Check out the enrolment pages for further info about how to enrol and payment release dates
*It is important to note that if you are a September 2021 cohort NHS funded students, you will not receive your first NHS Bursary payment until the end of October 2021.