David Gilani

Picking your financial support


No student should have finances hold them back from getting their education!

For all UK students paying £9,000 tuition fees and with a family income beneath £42,600, you’re entitled to pick between receiving a fee waiver or a bursary when you enrol – but what does this mean? Watch the videos below to help you with this decision.

If you have any questions about picking your financial support, then please either comment below or get in touch with the University’s financial support team – ssc@southampton.ac.uk

For more information on student financial support –http://www.southampton.ac.uk/undergra…

You can choose your support option when you enrol –http://www.areyouready.southampton.ac…

Check out the University’s Hardship Fund –http://www.southampton.ac.uk/sais/sfo…

SUSU’s Advice Centre supports students on any issue from their mental well-being, to finances, to housing. http://www.susu.org/advice-centre/

For students still paying £3,000 tuition fees – your financial support will operate in the same way as last year, which will be an automatic bursary for those who are eligible.

Thanks for watching and reading

David Gilani – Union President

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