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It is important that you find out exactly how much money your studies will cost before you decide to come to university. It is equally important that you investigate all funding opportunities available to you and work out how much money you will have to live on as a student.
Do your research and make sure that you get all funding to which you are entitled.
The following links may be useful:
DirectGov : for information about funding from Student Finance England for UK and EU undergraduates and PGCE students. Also has links to information about funding for other groups such as postgraduate and part-time students.
Information covering all aspects of student life, including student finance. There are videos and factsheets you can download as well as forums where you can chat with other students and advisors.
NHS Business ServicesAuthority : for information about funding for Physiotherapy, Nursing and Midwifery, Social Work and fifth year Medicine.
The British Council: information for international students on funding your studies
Student Loan Repayment : Official SLC website containing information about repayment.
Family Action : Keele University is a member of EGAS, which means that Keele students can apply for grants from this website. The Barclaycard Horizons Fund is also accessible via EGAS.
DirectGov Professional and Career Development Loan : for information about Professional and Career Development Loans for postgraduate students. Please note that Keele University is a registered learning provider for Professional and Career Development Loans and our provider number is 1917. If you are applying for a Professional and Career Development Loans (PCDL) to assist you with your tuition fees or living costs, you should take your "confirmation of enrolment" form to the Student Services Centre, Tawney Building to be signed and stamped after you have enrolled fully on your course. Until this form is stamped by the university and returned by you to the bank, your loan will not be released.