As an international student you may encounter difficulties paying your second instalment of fees and need financial support to do this.

In the first instance we recommend that you contact our Invoice team

They will discuss with you the option to extend your payment period or help you create a payment plan. 

It is important that you do this as soon as possible. If your fees are not paid on time you may be excluded from your course.

International Emergency Fund

The International Emergency Fund provides one-off, short-term assistance for essential living costs if you are experiencing unforeseen financial difficulties. As the fund is strictly limited, the majority of awards given to students do not exceed £300.

To find out if you’re eligible and how to apply, visit our international emergency fund page.

House hunting grant 

The house hunting grant provides financial support for international students who intend to bring their children to the UK. The fund can help towards accommodation and transport costs.

To find out if you’re eligible and how to apply, visit our house hunting grant page.

Charity help and support 

There are some UK charities who may also be able to support you and provide financial aid. 

Our Hardship funding document (PDF) lists a number of charities who could help you, and other less well known sources of funding and financial assistance in the UK.


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