Full time undergraduate money advice
Broadly speaking you will have two main costs to meet while you are at University:
- Your Tuition Fees
- Your Living Costs
There is help available to meet both costs. The financial support available to you will depend on which part of the UK you are from and when you started your course.
For more detailed information about the funding available to you, choose from the links below:
- Students from Wales
- Students from England
- Students from Scotland
- Students from Northern Ireland
- EU students
If you are claiming benefits before starting University, your entitlement could be affected once you are a student. It is therefore important that you seek advice before starting University.
For advice about benefits entitlement whilst you study contact your local Benefits Office or the Money Support Unit (in Student Services)
You may be eligible to get financial help if you are studying a course that lasts at least one academic year and is equivalent to 50% or more of a full-time course. Your entitlement will depend on your taxable household . How much you will get will depend on your income.
Visit this website for further funding information.
Money Support Unit
A student’s time at University should be enjoyable and rewarding, and Bangor University aims to provide students with the information and support that will enable them to get the best out of their university experience. In particular, it is important that their time here should not be spoiled by unnecessary financial worries.
The Money Support Unit is part of the Student Support Team and the experienced members of staff can provide advice, information and guidance on all aspects of student funding including:
- Undergraduate funding for full and part-time courses
- Postgraduate funding
- University Bursaries and Scholarships
- Hardship Fund and Crisis Grant