Student grants, bursaries and scholarships

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By in Student Finance. Updated July 2015.

£1000s of funding is missed out on each year by students who don’t even know that they’re eligible for it. Find out if you could be due any support…MonopolymoneyWith three quarters of UK universities charging top whack in tuition fees there’s more financial support than ever before – much of which doesn’t ever need to be repaid. Sadly, lots of students just don’t know help is available.

As with all sorts of funding, it can be tricky sorting the good from the barely legible. We’ve put this guide together to get you up to speed.

You never know, you might be entitled to a student grant that you didn’t know about…

What is a grant?

Grants and bursariesGetting your head around grants and bursaries can be trickier than keeping clothes on Miley Cyrus. The simplest way to put it is that grants are offered by student finance or a finance institution to as many people who can reach the criteria. A bursary or scholarship is offered by universities, colleges and charities to only a select number of students who meet the criteria.

To find out how to get bursary and scholarship funding, check out our article on Student bursary and scholarship sources.

This review covers the student grants situation in England, with more info in our Northern Ireland, Scotland and Wales funding guides. Some of the grants we’ve compared below may be limited to full-time UK students studying their first degree. If that’s not you, follow the links to get the goss direct from the funding bodies.

Maintenance Grant

Student Finance EnglandThe Maintenance Grant is one of the most common sources of student funding whilst at university, and is offered to full-time students to help them to subsidise their living costs. Crucially, unlike the Maintenance Loan, this grant doesn’t have to be paid back.

You could be eligible if:

  • Your household income is below £42,620 for the year
  • You’ve been a UK citizen for the past 3 years
  • Your course leads to a recognised qualification (check with your university or college).

How much money can you get?

If you’re entitled to the Maintenance Grant, you’ll get a smaller slice of the Maintenance Loan pie: 50p less in loans for every £1 of grant money you get.

Here’s how the sums pan out between loans, grants and household income (we’ve crunched our numbers based on living away from home and outside London).

Household IncomeMaintenance LoanMaintenance GrantFull Amount
< £25,000£4,047£3,387£7,434
£30,000£4,520£2,441£6,961
£35,000£4,993£1,494£6,487
£40,000£5,467£547£6,014
< £42,620£5,519£50£5,569
£45,000£5,519£0£5,519
£50,000£4,998£0£4,998
£55,000£4,467£0£4,467
£60,000£3,955£0£3,955
£62,125£3,731£0£3,731

How to apply

Simply choose to be income assessed when you apply for student finance here.

Special Support Grant

moneyhandsYou may be eligible for the Special Support Grant (instead of a Maintenance Grant) if you’re on income or housing support. Again, you’ll need to be studying full time to qualify but, unlike the Maintenance Grant, you can still claim the whole amount of Maintenance Loan.

You could be eligible if:

  • You’re a UK student
  • You’re a single parent
  • Your partner is also at university
  • You have a disability
  • You claim or are eligible for income support or housing benefit.

How much money can you get?

The Special Support Grant matches whatever the Maintenance Grant pays out, but anything you get won’t reduce the amount of loan you’re entitled to, and doesn’t count as income (so won’t affect any benefits you’re entitled to).

How to apply

Apply at the same time as applying for student finance here.

Travel grant

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If your course has a study abroad option or is a medical degree that requires a lot of extra travel, you could get a travel grant. Travel grants are quite selective but they’re there to help those who need it. Every little counts!

You could be eligible if:

  • You travel to a hospital as part of a medical or similar course (unless you already get an NHS bursary)
  • You travel abroad to study for at least 50% of the term
  • You’re in full-time university education
  • Your permanent home address is in England
  • You receive income-based support

How much money can you get?

Travel costs minus around £300. You could claim for return trips between home and your overseas uni, for help with medical insurance and visas, and even for your children’s travel costs if you’re a single parent.

You must use the cheapest form of transport in every situation, which means taking the bus as opposed to a taxi or chauffeur-driven limousine.

How to apply

Apply using your student finance account here. If you’re eligible, you’ll automatically receive a grant application form. Don’t forget to keep receipts for anything you want to claim.

Disabled Students’ Allowances (DSA)

Disabled Student GrantsIf you have a disability then you may be eligible for extra funding whilst studying at university. There are a large number of disabilities covered, including physical health, mental health and learning difficulties (such as dyslexia). DSA isn’t affected by household income, and can help you pay for specialist kit, non-medical helpers and extra travel or study costs you have to meet because of a disability.

You may need to provide a doctor’s letter, or attend an assessment to work out exactly what kind of support you can get (heads-up: your uni may have funds to cover this, so do check with them).

You could be eligible if:

  • You’re studying for a full time undergraduate or postgraduate course (including distance learning)
  • You have a condition that affects your ability to attend uni or undertake your studies.

How much money can you get?

How much you can get depends on a number of things, but the undergrad ball-park figures are: up to £5,212 for specialist equipment, up to £20,725 for a non-medical helper and up to £1,741 general allowance. You may be entitled to travel allowances, too.

How to apply

Allowances vary by need: check with student finance and take a look here.

NHS bursary, grant and funding

Medical BursariesStudying social work, medicine, dentistry or healthcare (including nursing)? You could be eligible for an NHS bursary. Read on.

You could be eligible if:

  • You’re studying towards a degree in social work, medicine, dentistry, or healthcare like nursing.

How much money can you get?

£1,000 NHS grant, £3,263 Maintenance Loan from student finance and £4,395 NHS bursary (means tested, with more dough for those studying in London).

The size of the bursary depends on factors like where you live, where you study, whether you live with your parents, how many hours you study a week, and your household income.

How to apply

You can apply for an NHS student bursary and find more information here.

Teaching grants and finance

Trainee Teachers FundingIf you’re considering becoming a teacher then you can apply for the same grants, bursaries and funding as everyone else. However, there may be extra funding, including subject-specific bursaries, if you follow particular study routes.

You could be eligible if:

  • You’re on a full-time or part-time initial teacher training degree course such as a BEd, BSc or BA
  • You’re studying for a full-time or part-time PGCE.

How much money can you get?

There are a number of regularly updated schemes which offer extra bursaries, funding and even ‘golden handshakes’ to students getting into teaching.

How to apply

For more information on applying and for more information see here.

Access to Learning fund

moneyIf you run into money and finance troubles while at university then there’s an Access to Learning fund that you can apply for through all universities and colleges in England.

The fund is there to help students who get into financial difficulty and need money to help them carry on their studies to the end.

For new students starting 2015, the ALF is changing slightly and funding programmes may differ across universities. Contact yours for the latest.

You could be eligible if:

  • You are a full-time undergraduate or postgraduate
  • You can prove that you have managed your finances responsibly

How much can you get?

Payouts vary by individual need – who gets what is decided by each university. The money is there to cover costs not covered by other forms of funding, and you may need to show them your budget (… you’ve made one, right?), student finance forms and possibly even bank statements.

Hardship funds (as they’re also known) don’t just come in grant flavours: you may be offered a loan. Don’t be put off, though: if you’ve fudged-up your finances uni support is the best place to start.

How to apply

You’ll need to apply through your university’s student services office. If you want this type of funding then be prepared for the student support team to scrutinise your bank statements and spending.

Bursaries, scholarships and awards

Oxford uni emailBursaries, scholarships and other awards are doled out by universities, colleges, local charities and educational trusts. Cash you get through these types of awards are on top of student finance and loans – they don’t need to be paid back. Get the bigger picture in our dedicated guide to Student bursaries and scholarship sources.

You could be eligible if:

  • You fit the criteria for a particular bursary or scholarship.

How much can you get?

There are loads of bursaries and scholarships out there, each with its own funds (and hoops to jump through to grab the goodies) – you’ll need to check individual schemes to see what you could get.

How to apply

There are a wide number of charities and universities that offer niche bursaries or scholarships that may be right for you. Get a head start with our article on Student bursaries and scholarship sources.

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75 Responses to “Student grants, bursaries and scholarships”

  1. tobi bello

    28. Aug, 2015

    Hi,
    My mum and dad no longer live together and are legally divorced she doesn’t work at all and lives solely off benefits while supporting my sister who is 15 I’m going to be living on campus outside london how much money am I entitled to (loans and grants)

    Reply
  2. Leah Cooper

    20. Aug, 2015

    Hi.
    I was wondering if there is any advice you could me. I’ve got a maintenance grant but when I was looking at the yearly living cost of my accommodation, my grant isn’t going to cover it at all. Is there any advice or help that you could give me?

    Reply
    • Jake Butler

      20. Aug, 2015

      It’s unfortunate that the grant and loans never seems enough to even cover accommodation for most students. It’s easier said than done but we’d always suggest trying to find a part time job that you can fit around your studies. Apart from that you can use the student account overdraft, possible help from parents and more.

      Reply
  3. jackie

    17. Aug, 2015

    my daughter is stating uni this year and has been told she will get a grant. with the government saying no grants from 2016. would this mean she would only get hers for one year and not three. thanks Jackie

    Reply
    • Jake Butler

      17. Aug, 2015

      No, she should still get her grant. It will only be for new starters in 2016.

      Reply
  4. Tia

    16. Aug, 2015

    Hi,
    I am starting uni in September and I have applied for the student loan & the maintenance loan, my mum does not have a job and I also have another little sister she is 15 , my mum getting housing benefits money … So I was wondering I am eligible for more support with money ??

    Reply
    • Jake Butler

      16. Aug, 2015

      Hey Tia, I would assume that because your mum is receiving housing benefit that the yearly household income would be below the threshold. This means you should be able to apply for a maintenance grant to help cover costs at uni.

      Reply
  5. Name (required)

    07. Aug, 2015

    hi my daughter is starting diploma in operating department practitioner in September. She lives on her own rent alone is £400 her bhs bursary is only around £5500 a year is there any other funds she can apply for. She has already had a student loan for a degree completed in 2011 thanks

    Reply
    • Jake Butler

      10. Aug, 2015

      Unfortunately if you have already had a loan for a degree the funding available is very limited.

      Reply
  6. Makhan

    14. Jul, 2015

    Hi there
    Could someone please explain:
    my son, 22, starts uni this year (Sept 2015) (Royal Holloway)
    if he lives with us (retired/disabled parents), will he be able to get maintenance grant & the maintenance loan? if so how much you reckon please?
    Our household income is well below 25000/-
    my son will have to travel by train or so to the uni which could cost approx 200 a month or so, can he receive any Travel Grant? will it be total annual travel costs – 303 Pounds or what?
    pls respond asap & thanks for your help in advance.

    Reply
    • Jake Butler

      16. Jul, 2015

      Yes, your son should be eligible to be means tested and therefore receive a loan. He should have applied for finance already though? Is this the case?

      As your earnings are below the threshold he should be eligible for £3387 loan and £4407 grant.

      I believe a travel grant may only be available for students studying abroad or on medical course I’m afraid.

      Reply
  7. Jason

    14. Jul, 2015

    Hi jake

    I am going to university and I live alone out of London while my parents still live in London but my mother is currently paying my rent. I am also unemployed at this current time so the household I am living at has no income fee although my parents in London bring in 39k per annum will this effect me getting a grant or a loan even though I no longer live there?

    Reply
    • Jake Butler

      16. Jul, 2015

      Yes their earnings will definitely be taken into account as your household income. In some rare cases you can prove you are independent from your parents but as they are paying your rent I do not thing this would be possible.

      Reply
  8. Manuela

    11. Jul, 2015

    Hi Jake,
    I am a family member of an EEA National and SFE is asking for my fathers P60’s knowing that my dad does not work since 2013 due to an acute illness and I have been trying to send some evidences of his other incomes and the GP’s letter to support my application but I do not know if they will class me as as “eligible student”. By the way I do start uni in sept 2015 and I am really scared that I might not start this year. It is frustrating,please could you help me out coz I don’t know what to do now.

    Thanks

    Reply
    • Jake Butler

      16. Jul, 2015

      Hi Manuela, unfortunately there is not much I can do. I would suggest getting in touch with Student finance via phone and asking what you should do.

      Reply
  9. Laura

    09. Jul, 2015

    Hi,
    For my first year of university, I received the scholarship. Will I carry on getting this during second year and third?
    Thank you in advance.

    Reply
    • Jake Butler

      10. Jul, 2015

      This depends on the terms of your scholarship. Worth checking with your scholarship provider directly.

      Reply
  10. natasha

    08. Jul, 2015

    Hi I am planning to start an nhs course which will include a bursary and maintenance loan. Can you apply for a maintenance grant as well?

    Reply
    • Jake Butler

      09. Jul, 2015

      If your household income is below the threshold I believe you can.

      Reply
  11. Debbie

    08. Jul, 2015

    My 18yr old daughter starts staffs uni in sept. I am worried how we will cope finically as all my benefits will stop this month. I am a widow and we have lived on my part time job income plus my child tax credits and child benefit and my widows benefit. I have just been notified that all three of these will stop this month. Will I get help to enable my daughter to live at home whilst studying at uni ?

    Reply
    • Jake Butler

      09. Jul, 2015

      Hi Debbie, if your household income is below £42,600/year then your daughter would have been eligible for a maintenance grant to help cover her living costs while she studies.

      Alternatively she could look for other sources of funding such as a part-time job.

      Reply
  12. Sherri

    03. Jul, 2015

    Hi,
    My daughter and I are at a complete loss with student finance- she is 23 and in her second year at uni now. She hasn’t lived at home since age 17 and has always mainly supported herself. She had one year staying with my parents as this was more convenient but was working part time and didn’t have to pay rent. After this she lived elsewhere in the UK then on a work/study exchange in China. Unfortunate her paper trial for all of this work and moving about isn’t the best and although she has not lived at home and we haven’t financially supported her (emotionally we have done everything we can!!) we had to submit her application for student finance as a dependent last year despite the fact she doesn’t live with us and hasn’t for many years.. The problem was this- student finance decided her income for the three years she had to provide was not considered enough to live on- so she must have been supoorted by us- she was fortunate to stay with friend etc so didn’t have rent evidence for all of the time. In china board was free in exchange for teaching so this too is unavailable. Coming home she stayed with friends and then moved straight to London for uni. She is now applying again for this years finance- I have opted out of the dependent part as even last year we did not support her but she would not have received any financial help if we hadn’t written that we were- due to lack of her own financial evidence. So this year she has worked part time and used her loans to support herself. We are so worried she will be in the same dire straits as before because finance will look at her financial part time earnings and say that she did not support herself and had the loan based on us. My daughter has written formally to them but I have no idea what on earth to do next. Thank you for your time.

    Reply
    • Jake Butler

      16. Jul, 2015

      This is very unfortunate and it seems that the system sometimes goes wrong for niche and individual cases like this. All I would suggest is that you keep fighting and appealing. Apart from that there is not much you could do.

      Reply
  13. Liam

    01. Jul, 2015

    I’m 22 and wanting to go to uni to do a veterinary, I live at home with my parents, but this would be a full time course for nearly 5 years.
    Would I be entitled to and sort of grants?

    Many thanks

    Reply
    • Jake Butler

      02. Jul, 2015

      Hi Liam, most grants are based on your parents’ income. If their combined earning are below around £43,000 then you may be eligible for grants.

      Reply
  14. Jenny

    28. Jun, 2015

    Hi my daughter is going to college in September this year taking up access to health and social care, the college provide the tuition fees but it seems that she can’t get any student loan to support her rent for accommodation and maintenance. Is there any suggestion for this situation? Our household income is under 30,000 pounds per annum.

    Reply
    • Jake Butler

      02. Jul, 2015

      Hi Jenny, I believe college is a little different to university in that students have to fund their own living costs through parental contributions, part-time work or otherwise.

      Reply
  15. Jamal

    22. Jun, 2015

    Hi . I am startin an AAT course in accounting in September at bradford college , I am currently 19years old which means I have to pay for my course, is there any form of bursary or grant that I am eligible to receive ?

    Reply
  16. Todd Spencer

    02. Jun, 2015

    Hi all.

    My younger brother has applied for Student Finance. We received a letter saying he will receive £3,731 maintenance loan and £6,000 towards tuition fee’s.

    Our household income is less than £25,000, plus both of our parents are deceased so my brother lives with me. He will be moving into student accommodation after this summer for his 1st year. There is no mention of a Maintenance Grant on the letter we were sent, and by looking at the above table, the amount he will be provided appears to be for someone with a household income of £65,125.

    Am I correct in saying he has not been awarded the correct sum?

    Reply
    • Jake Butler

      03. Jun, 2015

      I would definitely recommend contacting student finance wales about this. If you applied to be means tested and will not be getting a grant there may have been a mix up.

      More info here > http://s4ve.me/1ETVdRx

      Reply
      • Todd Spencer

        04. Jun, 2015

        Thanks for replying.

        I have since contacted them and they have admitted a mistake which they are now in the process of rectifying.

        Reply
  17. Donna middlewick

    01. Jun, 2015

    Hi I’m a single mum to 4 children on income support my eldest daughter has been excepted to go to Portsmouth college we live in poole but college’s here don’t do subjects she needs can I get help towards travel costs.

    Reply
  18. Jenna

    22. May, 2015

    Hi.at the moment I’m applying for loan for an university. Will I get it if I don’t live in England 3 years? Just in September will be 3 years when I’m studying in UK but already now I need to provide the evidence of my addresses in the UK for the past 3 years.. I don’t know what to do..

    Reply
    • Jake Butler

      26. May, 2015

      I would call Student Finance anonymously and ask for advice.

      Reply
  19. jenny

    28. Apr, 2015

    My son is a 2nd year medical student but is now unsure if he want to continue. If he changes course now to a different one will he still receive full funding for the course he chooses?

    Reply
  20. Denise

    07. Apr, 2015

    My daughter will be studying in the U.S.A. Does anyone know if she may be entitled to a travel grant. Her permanent residence is the UK.

    Reply
    • Jake Butler

      08. Apr, 2015

      The travel grant is only for those that usually live in the UK and plan to study abroad for only part of their course.

      Reply
  21. Helen

    03. Apr, 2015

    Hi, my daughter is a UK citizen but hasn’t lived in the UK for the last 3 years of school due to her fathers having to leave the uk For work (textile manufacturing) is none existent in the UK. We have a house in the uk & still pay national insurance. My daughter has a place at uni to start her under grade course in September & is being classed as a foreign student which means she doesn’t qualify for a student loan. Please can you advise what financial help is available – she has been classed as a foreign student while living abroad so does not qualify for any loans or assistance from there or the UK!!! Please help

    Reply
    • Jake Butler

      07. Apr, 2015

      Hi Helen, your daughter will be classed as an international student which is unfortunate in terms of getting funding. She will have to research the opportunities available in the country she spent most of time living in abroad for support.

      Reply
      • Fatima

        19. Apr, 2015

        Hi Jake, the information you have provided Helen is a little confusing, I contacted a University in UK regarding my son as we are in the same situation as Helen, and was informed that as we have a home in UK and have maintained our residency in the uk by visiting regularly he will be classed as a Home Student.

        Reply
  22. mel

    31. Mar, 2015

    Hi, I started my hnc social care in August and am now coming to the end of my course. However, when I was applying to get my bursary I put my income details in from the job I had to leave to attend college. I’ve just sent them a letter do hopefully get the correct amount next month ,which is my last payment. Will I get my money back dated from August?

    Reply
    • Jake Butler

      31. Mar, 2015

      Hi Mel, I don’t think they backdate it I’m afraid.

      Reply
  23. Kalifa

    12. Mar, 2015

    I’m in my final year of speech and language therapy and am applying for nhs bursary for the first time. I Seem to have missed out on a lot of money is there any way I can sort out back payments for the previous years?

    Reply
    • Jake Butler

      12. Mar, 2015

      I don’t think you can backdate but it’s well worth asking Student Finance.

      Reply
  24. Suzanne

    11. Mar, 2015

    Hi. I am looking at starting a full time uni course in September 2015 and I will need to give up my job. My husband is a foster carer and is on a low income. I’ve been looking at funding, is the maintenance loan and maintenance grant combined total e.g. £7000 split over the year ( 3 payments).

    Reply
    • Jake Butler

      11. Mar, 2015

      Yes, it tends to be split into 3 big installments!

      Reply
  25. Sally

    02. Mar, 2015

    Is it true that an aspirational scholarship has to be declared as income when applying for student finance thus reducing the amount of finance that my son can get.

    Reply
    • Jake Butler

      02. Mar, 2015

      It may effect student finance but if it does it shouldn’t be by too much. I would double check with them.

      Reply
      • Sally

        02. Mar, 2015

        Thank you.

        Reply
  26. Sue

    13. Feb, 2015

    Hi,
    After some advice please. Just started an OU degree in Health & Social care – part time. Applied for fees to be paid for via sfe. I’m on May leave from day job and joint income is under £35k plus we’re homeowners. Could I get anything else ?? I’m assuming not but thought after reading this if there is anything it could help. Cheers

    Reply
  27. Jodie owen

    05. Feb, 2015

    Hi, i am going to apply for an nhs bursary, im a single mum with my own home and wandered what other help i can apply for? Or am i better off applying for a student loan to get more help?

    Reply
    • Jake Butler

      05. Feb, 2015

      Hi Jodie, I would definitely suggest applying for a student loan. If you earn below the household income threshold you may be eligible for a maintenance grant. More about all that here: http://www.savethestudent.org/student-finance/the-big-fat-guide-to-student-finance-2012.html

      Reply
    • Andrew Osbaldeston

      25. Feb, 2015

      Hi Jodie, If you are applying for an NHS course then you are only allowed to apply for the maintenance loan through student finance England. The maintenance loan is reduced from full amount as you would be receiving a NHS Bursary

      Reply
  28. Lynn

    10. Dec, 2014

    Hi

    Is it possible to get help if you are a post grad but under 24?

    Reply
    • Jake Butler

      10. Dec, 2014

      Hi Lynn, there is currently no support for post-grads through the government although there may be private firms, charities etc that will sponsor you. It’s a case of tracking them down yourself.

      Reply
    • Lynn

      11. Dec, 2014

      thanks Jake. The govenment are all too quick to give benefits to people who dont even live here or have paid into the system but does not want to help people wanting to better themselves… just senseless to me

      Reply
      • Jake Butler

        12. Dec, 2014

        Everyone has to pay for their own post-grad studies so it’s currently a level playing field.

        I am not quite sure what you are getting at by saying the government gives money to people who don’t even live here?

        Reply
  29. Rachael C.

    21. Nov, 2014

    Hi,

    I am applying for secondary teacher training programmes due to start in September 2015.

    I am worrying about how I will cope financially whilst studying. Is there anyone who can give me any advice or point me towards any other bursaries etc. that are not obvious?
    I’d be grateful for any help..

    Reply
  30. lisa

    13. Aug, 2014

    Hi. If you have savings are you still eligible for maintenance loans and student grants? I will be doing a full time BA in Primary Ed.

    Reply
    • Jake Butler

      18. Aug, 2014

      Hi Lisa, all taxable earnings are taken into account when calculating household income.

      Reply
  31. louise

    17. Jun, 2014

    My daughter has just found out that she would have been eligible for a bursary whilst doing her PGCE which she has just finished. Is it correct that she cant make a retrospective claim for this? It seems the confusion is due to the fact that she thought she couldn’t claim due to the fact that she lives with her partner. She has been told today that she would have still been eligible. She’s in debt and could have really been helped by this. Please let me know if you think it’s worth pursuing further.

    Many thanks

    Reply
  32. Nicolle

    10. Jun, 2014

    Hi,
    I am going into my 2nd year with the OU and moving up to full time intensity. Will i be eligible for any of these grants as i am also a single parent.

    Thank you

    Reply
  33. Morson

    24. Feb, 2014

    I am studying at the college of estate management and am looking for financial aid to the college which about 8500 pounds for the whole four and half years .I was given a bursary of 50% bursary for the first semester I paid on my own but the second semester am failing to pay to the college,and the amount for this semester is 950 pounds which is starting on March 31,2014

    Reply
    • Jake Butler

      24. Feb, 2014

      Hi Morson, I would suggest that you contact your student services for any advice on financial difficulty.

      Reply
      • Morson

        04. Mar, 2014

        I have contacted my student service and there are saying they can not offer me scholarship

        Reply
        • Jake Butler

          04. Mar, 2014

          Hi Morson,

          As stated in the article, unfortunately not everyone is eligible for a scholarship or other forms of funding.

          In this case I would suggest seeking out ways to earn extra cash elsewhere such as in a part-time job.

          Reply
  34. Rebecca

    10. Aug, 2013

    Could someone help me , with some hints about going back to studies and finding the minimum fee charge for fees -2013-1014 ?
    I am looking to go back to the language faculty .But , I am trying to pay fees on my own.Is that possible ?
    I am in my final year for French .Possibly with english and /Greek(Modern) .

    Reply
    • Jake Butler

      12. Aug, 2013

      Hi Rebecca,

      Thanks for getting in touch.

      Are you heading back to do an undergraduate course or masters?

      It is of course possible to pay the fees yourself but you will have to have the money available. You may have to look at studying part-time and having a job while you are studying.

      Jake.

      Reply
  35. anan

    18. Mar, 2012

    where can i get SFE Clinical Study form

    Reply
    • Jake Butler

      19. Mar, 2012

      Hi. There is currently no source on the internet where you can find one. I would suggest giving your university a quick call to see if they would be able to help.

      Reply
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