Student Finance England
Whether you're thinking about studying, already a student, or even a parent of a student, you can find out everything you need to know about student finance through Student Finance England.
The Student Room - Student Finance Zone
Whether you're thinking about studying, already a student, or even a parent of a student, you can find out everything you need to know about student finance. - Brought to you by the Student Loans Company.
Student Loans Company
The Student Loans Company (SLC) is a UK public sector organisation providing loans and grants to over one million students annually, across England, Northern Ireland, Scotland and Wales.
Money Saving Expert – Student Guides
Independent guides from Martin Lewis the money saving expert. They cover topics such as student loan myth-busting and student bank accounts. Available for students, part-time students and mature students.
Save the Student! – Student Finance
Extensive advice on student fees, loans and managing finances, all written in a student-friendly style.
Overview of Student Finance
Government pages outlining what student loans are available, additional support, the application process, and repayments.
Brightside Student Calculator
A handy tool to help you check the loans you'll get, work out your spending and build a personal budget to manage your money.
The Money Advice Service
Free and impartial money advice, set up by government.
Additional financial support
There is a wide range of additional financial support you may be entitled to if you have a disability, need support with childcare costs, have an adult dependent or are a care leaver. Many universities and colleges also offer scholarships and bursaries for students who meet certain criteria.
Bursaries and scholarships at GROWS partner institutions
Many Universities and other providers of Higher Education provide financial support to students through the form of bursaries and scholarships. This money comes directly from your university or college on top of any other student finance. Unlike a student loan, you don’t have to pay a bursary or scholarship back. Bursary and scholarships are offered for a number of reasons, including academic and sporting excellence, previous school or college of applicant, living status and research interests. Click on the links below to find information on bursaries and scholarships from our partner institutions.