Canterbury Christ Church University Financial Support

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Canterbury Christ Church University Financial Support

Your time at University should be enjoyable and rewarding – and we want to help make sure you’re not distracted from your studies by money worries. 

If you’re a current or prospective student, our Student Support and Wellbeing Advisers can give you advice, information and guidance on:

  • Undergraduate funding for full- and part-time courses
    • What’s available, who is eligible and how to apply
  • Postgraduate funding
    • What’s available, who is eligible and how to apply
  • University Bursaries and Scholarships
    • What’s available, who is eligible and how to apply
  • Budgeting and Money Management (including Student Banking)
    • How to make your student budget stretch as far as possible
    • Ideas for saving
    • Managing debt

If you’re an International student, the Student Support and Wellbeing Advisers can help with information particularly relevant to you. 

We operate within the Code of Ethics for those advising international students devised by UKCISA: the UK Council for International Student Affairs and the Association of International Student Advisers.

Contact us for information on issues including:

  • Life in the UK.
  • Support for disabled international students.

During term time, you can drop in to see the Student Support and Wellbeing Advisers Support and Wellbeing Advisers face to face, or contact them by telephone on 01227 922675. The advisers also respond to email studentwellbeing@canterbury.ac.uk throughout the year.