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What you need to know about tuition fees
Don't let tuition fees put you off university unnecessarily. Get the facts before you decide.
Student finance for English students
Find out exactly how the student loan process helps finance your life as a student without being overwhelmed by large repayments when you start earning.
Student finance for Scottish students
Whether you're staying in Scotland or studying elsewhere in the UK, our simple guide will help you understand what you're entitled to.
Student finance for Welsh students
Find out about fees and funding for university if you live in Wales.
Student finance for Northern Irish students
Find out about fees and funding for university if you live in Northern Ireland.
Student finance for courses that started before 2012
Find out about your student finance options if you started full-time higher education before 2012.
Bursaries and scholarships explained
If you want to continue studying after you leave school but you're worried about the cost, you may be able to apply for a bursary or scholarship to help get you through.
What financial support is available for students?
If you’re in need of financial assistance, find out about sources of advice, the types of support available, and how to apply for them.
Paying back your student loan: Myths unravelled
So, you've received your first student loans statement but what's this? You're being charged interest? Don't panic! Student loans are still the cheapest way to borrow money.
Is university worth it?
Media coverage of student debt can make the prospect of higher education seem scary, so it’s important to know the facts behind the hype.
Get sponsored to study
Want to keep your pockets full at university and be guaranteed a job afterwards? Degree sponsorship could be the answer.
If your maintenance grant and student loans aren’t enough to cover your costs, there is more help available to help you complete your course.
Financial support for part-time students
What financial help is available for part-time students?
Need financial help? Visit the student calculator
Do you need help keeping track of your finances? Then why not have a look at Brightside’s student calculator?
Financial support for families and student parents
The cost of rearing a child from birth to when they leave home can range from £40,000 to £186,000. The good news is that there are a number of financial support packages available to help parents at different stages of raising a family.
Financial help for people with disabilities
Whether you're a student, in work or unable to work, if you have a disability you may be able to claim finaincial support.
Useful student finance links
Dealing with your money at university can be a daunting task. Use the web to get up to speed.
What do tuition fee rises mean for me?
Tuition fees in England rose in 2012. You might be confused about what this means for you, so here’s our guide to the facts behind the headlines.
How do I apply for student finance if I am independent of my parents?
If you're over 25, not living with your parents, or in some other situations, your student finance arrangements might be different.
Student finance if you're going back to uni
Interrupted your course? Dropped out? Failed a year? Find out how these complications affect your student finance.
Benefits and student finance
On benefits and thinking of going to university? Find out how studying affects your benefits.
Student finance: when to apply
Applying early is the best way to make sure that you get your student finance when you need it.
What evidence do I need to provide with my student finance application?
Lots of student finance applications get held up because of missing evidence. Don't let yours be one of them.
What to do if your student loan hasn't arrived
Arrived at uni but still waiting for your student finance to arrive? Find out what to do next.
How 24+ Advanced Learning Loans help you pay for college or training
If you're 24 or over, you could get a loan to help with the fees for college study or a training course.
Student finance mistakes to avoid
A simple mistake on your student finance application can cause a lot of stress. Read up on these common mistakes to get it right first time.
What to do if your parents won't support your student finance application
Find out why your parents need to help with your student finance application - and what to do if they won't.
Postgraduate funding explained
Interested in a postgraduate course but not sure how you'll pay for it? Find out with this guide.
Paying for non-university study
Find out about your options if you want to take a course that isn't covered by student finance.
Five student money myths
Don't believe everything you hear about managing your money as a students. Busting these myths will help to keep your bank account healthy.
Getting financially prepared for uni
Managing your money starts long before your first loan instalment arrives. Find out how to prepare yourself financially for university.
What to do if you miss your student finance deadline
Find out what to do if you miss the summer deadline for student finance applicatons.
When will my student finance arrive?
Know when to expect your student finance payments with this simple guide.
Student finance: Appeals and complaints
Find out what you can do if something goes wrong with your student finance and it's not your fault.
Fee waivers explained
Find out how fee waivers work, and why you should usually take a bursary instead if you are given the choice.
Financial support for further education students
Find out about the help you can get with the cost of an FE course.
Student finance if you are estranged from your parents
If you are not in contact with your parents, it will affect your student finance application - and you may be able to get extra support.
Funding a university course abroad
Paying for international study can be tricky. Find out about funding for overseas courses.