There’s lots to consider when going to university, and it’s really important to start thinking about your budget in advance as this can help you plan and minimize stress during your course. A great way to start is by deciding where you want to study and calculating the cost of living in your desired location.
Plan Your Finances
Find out what you are eligible for
Unsure about what financial support is available to you at university? Below are some resources you find helpful:
Additional support through educational grants, trusts and charities
Whether you come from a low-income household, are experiencing financial hardship or need extra support to either go to or stay at university there is support available to you. Below are some useful resources to get you started on your search:
Tips to make your money go further once you’re a student
Managing your money is really important to cover your must haves, nice to haves and unexpected expenses. Here are our tips to help you budget properly and ultimately save money at university:
Financial support at TEDI-London
TEDI-London also have a number of resources available to eligible students. These include:
We want to ensure that a diverse range of students are able to study with us. Our scholarships portfolio is designed to support this. Scholarships are offered to eligible students who have submitted a successful scholarship application at the point of offer to study at TEDI-London. Please note you cannot apply for a scholarship after your studies have commenced.
We have bursaries that are automatically awarded to eligible students after successful enrolment. To ensure you get access to these please ensure all information on your student finance application is up to date.
At TEDI-London we understand that there are many things that can impact on your financial situation while you are a student with us. We encourage students who are experiencing hardship to get in touch with the student hub team.