The money advisor at the University is situated in the Student Support building and can be contacted via email at email@example.com and make sure you follow @BathSpaSSS on Twitter for lots of useful tips and information.
Alternatively, for independent and impartial advice, email our Student Advice Centre on firstname.lastname@example.org
When you get your loan through don’t get over excited by the amount of money you have. It needs to last all term! Remember to budget for rent and the essentials you may need.
However, do buy yourself a small treat (a meal out, a pair of shoes, a DVD, etc) on loan day. Future You will thank Present Day You in two months time when you would've been tempted otherwise.
Don’t be ashamed to buy basics food. Sometimes we all have to substitute the Super Noodles for Sainsbury's Basics. We've all been there, and we all survived.
Don’t work so many hours at a part time job that it is affecting your studies. While a job can help with both financially and socially, remember you're primarily here to do a degree.
- If you are struggling with cash flow problems, don't suffer in silence. It's better to owe someone fifty quid and be able to eat than to have to starve your way through lectures. Just make sure that if you have to, you're borrowing money from the right people.
The Short Term Loan Scheme is designed to assist students who find themselves with a temporary cash flow problem caused by circumstances beyond their control. For more information click here
The University Access Fund has been established by Bath Spa University to:
• help students in financial hardship
• help in a financial emergency
• help prevent students from withdrawing
Students can apply to the Access Fund at any point throughout the academic year and the summer vacation, except final year students who must apply 4 weeks before the end of their course. For more information please click here.
Please note: The University Access Fund is a limited discretionary fund and there is no guarantee an award will be made.
University can be the first experience of completely handling your own finances, and that can be difficult to adjust to. There's absolutely no shame in acknowledging that you're having a hard time, and our aim is to provide you with help and advice before you get into financial difficulty.
If you're having any problems, please feel free to book a confidential appointment with the University’s Money Advisor by emailing email@example.com
The University's Job Shop helps all students find jobs in the local area, including jobs available on campus. The Job Shop is a free service to all students and you can find out more information here.
You can contact the Job Shop team by phone on 01225 875864 or via email: firstname.lastname@example.org