Student Funding and Finance - The Martin Lewis Money ShowThis episode of ITV's The Martin Lewis Money Show is a student finance special. Money Saving Expert, Martin Lewis explains the ins and outs of spending and saving money as a young person going off to University.
It answers all the questions most frequently asked by young people and their parents.
More of Martin's advice on student funding here: http://www.moneysavingexpert.com/students/
Financial Support and Bursaries at Falmouth UniversityGoing to university or college is one of the biggest investments you can make.
This section includes information on possible sources of funding to help support you through your course. The funding you may be eligible for varies depending on your level of study: foundation, undergraduate or postgraduate. It is worth investigating all possible funding sources well before you arrive.
Fees and Funding with Plymouth UniversityLooking for information about course tuition fees? Want advice, or to find out about scholarships, bursaries and other funding options?
Plymouth University offers a range of financial support to help you study. From how to pay your tuition fees, to finding funding to support your studies, or getting financial support and advice – these pages will point you in the right direction for all your student money needs.
The Scholarship HubYou can search for scholarships based on the course, the college or the reason for the award, or any combination of these. If you are looking for scholarships that are not specific to one particular university, select “no specific university”.
If you do not find anything suitable for your particular circumstance
The Really Useful Book of Learning and Earning (RUBLE)The Really Useful Book of Learning and Earning for Young Adult Carers is aimed at young adults (aged 16–25) in England who are looking after somebody else. This free book has new and up-to-date useful information about looking after your health and wellbeing, job hunting, housing, health services, learning, working and volunteering, and money management.
Does Cost Matter? Students’ understanding of the higher education finance system and how cost affects their decisionsThe National Education and Opportunities Network (NEON) is the professional organisation in England for those involved in widening access to higher education and social mobility founded in 2012.
Nearly 1500 year 13 students applying to university in the 2015 cycle completed an online survey from November 2014 to February 2015 and they were drawn from eight areas of the country.
Unite FoundationCharitable trust run via Unite Students accommodation services- providing free accommodation and cash bursaries to students at several universities. Criteria include income assessment, care leavers, homeless students.
NUS Guide for Student with Children/DependentsAdvice and guidance for students who are or will be in higher education in the UK, that have children or are supporting a dependent adult. This guide gives information on extra funding and support available
Bank of England Scholarship ProgrammeIf you’re from a black or mixed African/Caribbean background and are looking for financial support whilst at university, our scholarship programme may be for you. Download the PDF to find out more.