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My final goodbyes to SUSU

» 24 June 2014 » 4 Comments

After a whole year as your SUSU President, another as VP Communications, another as Surge Radio Station Manager, another as Surge Programme Controller, and one as a keeno Fresher… it’s FINALLY time for me to leave SUSU. I’ve had an amazing time as President working to help improve the lives of students at this University, […]

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Another increase of £3 million in bursaries!

» 27 May 2014 » No Comments

I’m overwhelmed and delighted to announce that thanks to lobbying efforts on behalf of SUSU, in the academic year 2014/15, students could receive over £5 million in bursaries! A possible increase of over £3 million on this year, which was already a large increase on previous years! This is a huge step forward towards ensuring that […]

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£2 million going directly to students’ pockets!

» 04 April 2014 » No Comments

The University and SUSU have made a great step towards financially supporting students who need it most, by putting £2.2 million of bursaries into students pockets this year! … and there’s room to double that for future years! Each year, SUSU gets to work with some fantastic staff over at the University of Southampton to […]

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Picking your financial support

» 28 August 2013 » 3 Comments

  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 […]

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