The University of Bristol Bursary offers payment of up to £2000 to UK undergraduate students who have a household income of £42,620 or below. For more information have a look at the university funding website.
You may be eligible for other funding depending on your course, person circumstances or planned career. You can search for scholarships, awards and bursaries on the student funding office website
The student funding team can give you information on bursaries and scholarships and help to solve issues with student loans. Get in touch with the student funding office if you're worried about money. The Financial Assistance Fund provides emergency funds if you find yourself in financial difficulties and you can apply for an interest-free emergency short-term loan.
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The NUS Extra card is one of the easiest ways to save money with over 200 UK student discounts . Whether you want to save 40% at Pizza Express or 20% off National Express Coaches, the NUS Extra card is an essential student investment.
Don't wait until you run out of money. Draw up a budget before the start of term and plan in rent, insurance, TV licences and flatmate's birthdays. You can work out whether you'll need a part-time job which many students choose to give them some extra cash. The University offers plenty of advise on where to look for part-time work. There are lots of helpful online banks like Monzo which are super useful for keeping track of your spending. Splitwise is also an easy way to split bills, taxi fares or food shops with your flatmates.