We give students practical advice on managing money, financial entitlement and sourcing additional income. Our aim is to enable you to take control of your finances.
There are events and activities during the academic year to help you stay in control of your finances.
Wellbeing Advisors are a useful point of contact if you'd like to speak about your financial situation; particularly if you're experiencing any difficulties.
If you have a query about any aspect of your finances, please get in touch using the details below.
Current students and staff can access further resources and information on the intranet (you'll need to sign in to access this content).
Student Finance England
You may be able to borrow money to help pay for university tuition fees and to help with living costs. Find out more – Student Finance England.
You might get extra money on top of this, for example if you’re on a low income, are disabled or have children.
Student Finance Wales
Find out what help you can get if you are from Wales to help with tuition fee and living costs whilst at university. Find out more – Student Finance Wales.
Student Finance for EU students
You may be able to get a Tuition Fee Loan from Student Finance if you are from an EU country.
Student Finance Northern Ireland and Scotland
If you are from Scotland or Northern Ireland, you can find information on funding opportunities whilst at university here:
Questions about money?
We provide advice, support and guidance on:
- Managing your money and budgeting
- Student Loans, including entitlement and repayments
- Managing debt
- Accessing state benefits
- Sources of funding, including awards at Bath Spa
- Managing your money after you graduate.
FAQs: Money advice
How and when do I apply for student finance?
Student Finance applications open in February / March each year and you can apply when you've submitted your application to a university. You don't need to have a confirmed place to apply.