What can I get?

This section details the funding you can get as a full-time home undergraduate student, applying through Student Finance England in 2017/18. If you apply through a different Student Finance service, please following the following links:

Funding available for full-time, home undergraduate students 2017/18
What can I get?What is it for?Do I have to pay it back?Find out more
Tuition Fee LoanTo help with the cost of your tuition fees.YesSee the Gov.uk website.
Maintenance LoanTo help with living costs, depending on your household income.YesSee the Gov.uk website.
Maintenance Grant (or special support grant)
Continuing students, who started at NTU before 1st September 2016 only.
To help with living costs, depending on your household income.NoSee the Gov.uk website.
Childcare GrantYou can get up to £159.59 a week for one child or up to £273.60 if you have two or more children. This will help with childcare costs, if you have dependant children aged under 15 (or 17 if the child has special educational needs) in registered or approved childcare.NoSee the Gov.uk website and our information on other funding for students with children.
Parents' Learning AllowanceYou can get up to £1,617 a year depending on your income and that of your dependants. This funding is for course-related costs if you have dependent children.NoSee the Gov.uk website and our information on other funding for students with children.
Adult Dependants' GrantThis will help if you have an adult who depends on you financially. You can get up to £2,834 a year depending on your income and that of your dependants.NoSee the Gov.uk website.
Disabled Students' Allowance (DSA)The Disabled Students' Allowance is available to students who have extra costs because of a disability, mental health condition, or specific learning difficulty. This allowance does not depend on household income. How much you will get depends entirely on your circumstances, but can help to pay for specialist equipment or a non-medical helper, travel, or other extra costs.No

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Nottingham Trent University Bursary Scheme (non-repayable) 

These arrangements apply only to students who joined NTU before 1 September 2012 or from 1 September 2015. Find out if you are eligible and the amount available

Nottingham Trent University Scholarship Schemes (non-repayable) 

These arrangements apply only to students who joined NTU after 1 September 2012 and before 1 September 2015. Please visit our Scholarships webpage for further information. 

Further Advice

If you have any queries about funding for the next academic year, please contact the Student Financial Support Service on +44 (0)115 848 2494 or via email.