Hardship Fund

Terms and conditions

We aim to process, discuss and inform students of any award within 7 working days of receiving a completed application to the Money Support Unit or the International Student Support Office.
Awards are dependent on a student being registered and in attendance on a course here in Bangor University.
Awards are paid via BACS into the student’s bank account.
Students will be notified of all decisions via email.
Applications are seen only by the Money Support Unit staff and the International Student Support Office. In some cases, it may be necessary for additional supporting information to be sought from other University staff in order for a decision to be reached, in which case we will seek the student's permission beforehand.
GDPR:  Student Services follows University policy in matters of data protection. Personal and special category data will be used solely in the Unit for statistical purposes and electronic records keeping. This data will not be passed to any other third party without your consent, except when the University is required to do so by law.
All applicants have the right to appeal if they are not entirely satisfied with the outcome of their application. However, appeals will only be considered where there is further evidence of a student’s personal circumstances.
Students may seek a review in the first instance and should make an appointment with the Student Adviser in the Money Support Unit or the Head of International Student Support to discuss further evidence. 
Advice and support is available for your money concerns. You can contact:
UK studentsmoneysupport@bangor.ac.uk (phone: 01248 38 3566 / 3637)
International students – internationalsupport@bangor.ac.uk  (phone: 01248 382882 / 388070)

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