Going to uni or college in 2023 to 2024?
Applications for full-time and part-time undergraduate and postgraduate courses in 2023 to 2024 are now open!
Visit our dedicated page on Gov.uk to find out when it’s time to apply and for more information on what you can get.
Got a query or problem that you need help with? Visit our ‘How to’ guide to find answers to questions that undergraduate students are currently asking us.
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Find out what funding you could get to help with the cost of your undergraduate studies.
Find out what funding you could get to help with the cost of your postgraduate studies.
Household income details needed!
It’s important to understand what happens if your parent(s)’ or partner’s details are missing, or are submitted after the deadline.
Disabled Students' Allowance
Disabled Students’ Allowance (DSA) are grants to help with any extra essential costs you may have as a direct result of your disability, including a long-term health condition, mental-health condition or specific learning difficulty such as dyslexia or dyspraxia.
If you have children or an adult dependant, you may be able to get extra help.
Depending what and where you choose to study, you may be eligible for additional sources of funding.
Funding for EU students
Lots of students from overseas choose to study in the UK, and could be eligible for student finance.
Parents and partners
Are you the parent or partner of someone applying for student finance? Here's everything you need to know.
Taking a break
If you decide to take a break or withdraw from your studies, here's what you need to do.
Advanced Learner Loans
An Advanced Learner Loan helps with the costs of further education courses.
Going back to uni or repeating a year
If you're going back to uni or repeating a year, find out how your previous study affects your student finance and whether you can get an extra year of funding.