Fees and student finance
We want to ensure that your finances do not become an obstacle to your studies here at Nottingham Trent University. In this section you will find advice on student income and expenditure, including details about tuition fees, student loans and other financial support.
It can often be a challenge to make your money stretch over an entire academic year. You can find lots of helpful hints and tips to help you manage your finances on our web pages. Why not work out a budget plan? You can also book a money management and budgeting appointment with one of our Money Advisers. Contact the Student Financial Support Service.
During 2019/20, you will receive your bursary in three instalments on the following dates:
- 4 December 2019
- 12 February 2020
- 22 April 2020
Fraudsters may ask you to receive money into your bank account and transfer it into another account, keeping some of the cash for yourself. If you let this happen, you’re a money mule. You’re involved in money laundering, which is a crime.
If you are making a change to your studies, such as taking a leave of absence / suspending from your course; repeating a year of study, transferring to another course and/or mode of study, you are advised to seek advice as soon as possible regarding the impact of the change on your entitlement to your Student Funding, and any action you need to take. Contact the University’s Student Financial Support Service to discuss your situation
Protect your student funding - Beware of scam emails which are often sent out just prior to the payment of grants, loans or bursaries. Student Finance England will never email you asking you to confirm your login, user or bank account details. Be aware that you may be sent scam emails through friends on Facebook and that some emails state that your payments will be stopped.
You can come to us for advice on budgeting and money management, and also if you run into money difficulties during your time at NTU.