Support and advice

Whether you're moving away from home for the first time, or are returning to full-time education, student finances can seem a little daunting. It's important to us that your time at University is as enjoyable, productive and worry free as possible, so there are plenty of places you can go at Aston for advice on money matters.

Our Financial Assistance team offers Aston students information on a number of different funds, trusts and bursaries, they can apply to for financial support. The Advice & Representation Centre, based in the Student Union, also provides Aston students with practical help on a range of issues, including finance. 

Assistance with unforeseen financial hardship

Additional financial support from the Access to Learning Fund may also be available to UK students. Assessments are carried out according to guidelines laid down by the Government. Mature students, students with childcare costs, disabled students and students from a low-income background are given priority.

Find out more about the Access to Learning Fund on the DirectGov website.


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