The Hardship Support Fund is a limited fund for UK/home students that supplements your statutory funding entitlement. To find out more, email email@example.com.
Loans are only available when registered for 2018/19.
If you do not receive your student funding on time, you may be eligible to apply for a short-term loan. You will need to supply evidence of your student funding application, four weeks of up-to-date bank statements and evidence to support the request for your loan.
To apply for a loan, please visit the central hub desk on the 1st floor of Student Central, call 01482 462222 (option 6) or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Help with travel and food costs
Bus cards are available for students facing short term difficulties with travel costs due to unforeseen circumstances. We can also provide food vouchers for Home/UK students facing immediate financial difficulty.
Contact email@example.com to apply, and provide 4 weeks of up-to-date bank statements.
For first, second and third year home/UK students, who have a household income of £25,000 or less and who have children aged 16 or under at 1 September 2018 (and you are receiving child benefit for them) or up to the age of 19 (and you are still receiving child benefit for them as they are in “non advanced” education or college) you will receive a grant of £200 per child for up to a maximum of three children. Eligibility for all applications will be checked annually.
Application forms are available to collect from Central Hub, 1st floor Student Central or can be downloaded here. Please check eligibility criteria before applying.
Our vision is to nurture and develop student sport at the University - creating exciting oppurtunities for our students to compete in local, regional, national and international sporting competitions. We can offer funding to help with the costs of participating in elite-level competitions.
Funding is available to any student or staff member preparing to compete in a notable sporting event. To find out more, email Oliver Wheatley with details of the competition and what steps you've taken to get there.
Get in touch
There are limited funds available for local students and international students from developing countries facing unforeseen circumstances affecting their finances. Please contact the Financial Support Team at firstname.lastname@example.org should you wish to apply.
If you are an International student and you would like to discuss how your financial situation may affect your further stay in the UK please contact our Immigration Advisers on email@example.com.
Get in touch
If you’re a young adult carer, care leaver or estranged from your family, we offer a wide range of support to ensure you have the best possible student experience.
Download the Humber Grant brochure to find out more, or contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
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Get in touch
Through the development of our Humber Grant we have introduced a £1,000 bursary for each year of study to help students that are estranged from their family, and alleviate some of that financial stress. For more information contact email@example.com.