The Student Hardship Fund ('home' undergraduates and postgraduates)
Clinical Placement Fund ('home' undergraduate students taking Nursing, Midwifery, Physiotherapy or Dietetics whose tuition fees are paid by the NHS)
Childcare Support Scheme (all students)
W H Revis Bequest Fund (part time 'home' postgraduates)
Student Crisis Fund (all students)
Vet School Bursary
Data Protection and Confidentiality statement relating to fund applications
If you are already claiming all the support you are eligible for from the Government, including your student loan, but are still struggling to make ends meet you should apply to The Student Hardship Fund
The fund provides discretionary financial assistance for 'home' full-time and part-time students, to help them access and remain in higher education. Students who may be considering leaving university because of financial problems are particularly encouraged to apply. You can apply at any point in the academic year and, in some circumstances, during the summer vacation. Awards are usually grants, i.e. you don't have to repay them. A 'home' student is a person who meets certain UK residency criteria. The same conditions apply to eligibility for student finance from the Student Loans Company.
Priority students who may particularly benefit are:
Download the application form
If you do not receive UK Government funding, but are classed as a 'home' student please complete the Declaration of Residency form as well as the application form. Please note this includes postgraduate students.
In assessing applications we adhere to national guidelines on hardship support published by the National Association of Student Money Advisors (NASMA), and internal guidelines agreed by assessors and University management before the start of each academic year.
This is additional funding that Nursing, Midwifery, Physiotherapy, or Dietetics students, who have their fees paid by the NHS, can access to help with additional costs relating to clinical placements, that cannot be claimed back via NHS Student Bursaries.
To be considered for the fund you must apply to both the UoN Support Fund and the Clinical Placement Fund (CPF) on the same application form.
Download the application form
The Childcare Support Scheme is a small fund set up by the university to offer eligible students (including EU and international students) some financial assistance towards meeting the costs of essential registered childcare whilst they are studying. As the funds are limited, the university adopts a selective approach to the allocation of awards to ensure that it is those students who most need assistance, who benefit from the scheme. Payments will be made in accordance with the criteria agreed annually by the Financial Support Funds Committee.
The Student Crisis Fund was established by the university to provide small, interest free loans to students who are experiencing financial difficulties because of an unexpected change in their circumstances after admission to the university. In very exceptional circumstances small, non-repayable grants may be made. The size of the fund means that is impossible to offer support to students for ongoing maintenance costs. All students registered and attending a course at the University of Nottingham in the UK may apply to the fund. Application forms are only available by calling the Financial Support Team on + 44(0) 115 82 32071. In some instances you may be asked to attend an interview in connection with your application and/or to provide further written information and documentary evidence.
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