Applications are now open for the University Hardship Fund.
You can apply to the fund if you’re a UK student experiencing ongoing financial difficulties or if you have a one-off unexpected financial expenditure during the year that you couldn’t have foreseen. Awards from the fund are normally made on a grant basis.
For more details on the fund, please read the University Hardship Fund Guidance. You can also speak to one of our Money Advisers about the Fund. You can contact the team via email or by telephone (0151 794 5863). You’re also welcome to attend one of the team’s drop-in sessions, which are held every weekday (except for Friday) between 2pm and 3:30pm in the Alsop Building.
You’ll find more information about the Fund on the University Hardship Fund webpages.
National Student Money Week is taking place between Monday, 4 February and Friday, 8 February. The theme of this year’s event is breaking bad money habits. During the week we’ll be providing tips and advice on how to break bad habits around things like buying lunches, ordering takeaways and going to coffee shops.
If you’d like to learn more about budgeting, you can attend our workshops via Know How and we’ll also have a stand in the Alsop Building all week with free gifts.
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