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The Money Advice team are here to help you plan your finances and manage your money effectively whilst studying. 

Click on the links below for advice and support.

  • Money Advice Service

    Our team of Student Money Advisers are based across the University and are here to help with money or funding issues. We offer one-to-one advice in person, via Microsoft Teams or email on taking control of your finances and gaining financial skills which can last for life.

    We have pulled together some information below to help you manage your money and budget.

    If you need further help or support, please get in touch using the Student Enquiry Point.

  • Student finance and tuition fees

    Find out all about student finance and our tuition fees on our dedicated Student Finance pages.

    Visit the Student Finance England 'How to' guide where you will find answers to the most common questions that undergraduate students are currently asking.

    If you're going into your 2nd or 3rd year, you'll need to login to your student finance account and re-apply for your loan. Find out more information, including how to check the status of your application here.


  • Delayed Funding

    If you have applied for your student funding but have not yet received any money, then follow our Delayed Student Funding processes 

    Student Finance have produced a range of resources, guides and answers to frequently asked questions to help you too.

  • Bursaries and Scholarships

    We have many scholarships and bursaries available for home students. Read more on our Bursaries and Scholarships page. International students can find out more on our Scholarships, Bursaries & Discounts page. 

  • Student Support Fund

    See the Student Support Fund page for more information.

  • News and Events



    MM Magazine Sep 23,

    New - Student Money Matters Magazine

    The new Money Matters Magazine Autumn 2023 is available now and contains some great advice on managing your finances while at University.






    Digital safety, fraud and scams

    The Barclays Digital Eagles are hosting a virtual event on Wednesday 27th September 3 - 4pm and on Friday 29th September 9 - 10am to explore the impact of your digital footprint and becoming more employable.

    Learn about protecting your computer, mobile devices, tablets, and any other internet-connected devices from intruders.

    Wednesday 27th 3pm - Sign up via EventBrite

    Friday 29th 9am - Sign up via EventBrite

  • Contact Us

    Contact the Money Advice Service

    Other useful contacts:

    Student Finance Department (University of Cumbria)





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