Student finance can be complex, but our student advice service can advise you about what support is available based on your specific situation.
You could be eligible for additional loans, grants or funding because, for example, you have a low income, a disability, children or other dependants.
The kind of course you do can also have an influence; the National Health Service (NHS) offers bursaries for first degree courses across a range of medicine-related subjects, including nursing and midwifery.
For more information visit student life: money
If you have come to university after some time in work you will already have skills valued by employers. If you are considering part-time work to help support yourself you could be an attractive prospect to a range of employers.
The Jobworkshop, run by our Careers Service, puts students in touch with part-time, temporary and vacation work opportunities.
Go to the Careers Service website