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The University Hardship Fund is now open for the summer vacation.
The fund is available to help students who are living independently and are unable to work and have no other source of income. The fund can help with general living costs, as well as one-off exceptional costs.
Students from the following groups can access the fund:
Applications will be accepted from students who are unable to go home during the vacation, are living independently, and have no other source of income. Students applying to the fund will be expected to provide evidence that they have been looking for paid work during the vacation.
Please note that students who are living in the parental home during the vacation are not eligible to apply.
The fund will be open for applications until Friday 27 August 2021.
For postgraduate students, applications for this year’s University Hardship Fund will close on Friday 16 July.
For further information on the fund and how to apply please see the Money Advice and Guidance webpages.
UK students with any money or funding queries or concerns can contact Money Advice and Guidance by emailing email@example.com. Appointments are available face-to-face via Microsoft Teams, or by telephone or email.
Overseas students with any money or funding queries or concerns can contact the International Advice and Guidance by emailing IAGteam@liverpool.ac.uk. Appointments are available face-to face via Microsoft Teams or by email.
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