Whether it’s advice on student loans and grants, information on bursaries and scholarships, help with extra financial support, EU funding or casework, our Student Funding team can advise you on all aspects of student funding. For tips and advice, our managing your money pages are packed with ideas on how to make your student budget go further.
Where to find us
For help with your student funding enquiries, please go to the ground floor of the Nancy Astor Building or write to:
Student Funding Unit, Nancy Astor Building, University of Plymouth, Drake Circus, Plymouth, PL4 8AA.
Opening hours are Monday – Thursday, 8:30–16:30, Friday 8:30–16:00
Got a question about student finances? Here’s who to ask…
We’re here to help with many of your financial enquiries, including
- Student loans and grants
- Bursaries and scholarships
- Extra financial support
- EU funding
For specific queries on any of the following, please contact the relevant team and they’ll be happy to help.
Authorisation of Career Development Loans, contact the relevant Faculty Office.
Payment of NHS, Social Work or Teacher Training Bursaries, contact the relevant Faculty Office.
On 2 July 2018, the Government announced that eligibility rules for students from the European Union (EU) and their family members, who commence courses in England in the academic year starting in August 2019 will remain unchanged. EU nationals will remain eligible for home fee status, undergraduate and postgraduate funding from Student Finance England for the duration of their courses under the current eligibility rules.
Your student funding FAQs
Wondering why your grant hasn't come through yet? Need information on short term loans or emergency funds?We answer your student funding FAQs
Managing your money
Looking for ways to make your student budget go further?Check out our tips and advice for managing your money
Extra financial support
Are you experiencing financial difficulties? There are a variety of bursaries and funds available to you.Check out bursaries and other funding options
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Lindsey Rosser , BSc (Hons), Adult Nursing, 2014