University Of Glasgow Hardship Fund

By | 5th June 2017

University Of Glasgow Hardship Fund

About the Student Financial Aid Team

     The Student Financial Aid Team are responsible for the management and administration of over £22 million of funds each year which are provided to the University of Glasgow from a variety of sources including the UK Government and United States Department of Education.  The team is a small team comprising of five members of staff working a mixture of full-time, part-time and term-time hours within the University of Glasgow Registry.

As well as administering the funds detailed below the team also manage the weekly and monthly BACS run processes, which facilitates payments to funded students via the MyCampus system.  A typical monthly BACS run provides over £1.2 million of funding to University of Glasgow students.

The funds available via the Financial Aid Team are intended to benefit as many of our eligible students as possible and allow them to complete their studies at the University of Glasgow.  In academic session 2015/16, the Financial Aid team organised the provision of financial support and funding to over 3,000 students.

University Of Glasgow Hardship Fund

Historical Hardship Fund and Discretionary Fund figures.

Full information on funding available via the Financial Aid Team is detailed below and our contact details listed above, should you have any enquiries.

The Student Representative Council Advice Centre can assist students with budgeting, managing their money and also often help students to negotiate repayment plans for debts with creditors including the University.

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