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The Money & Housing Advice Service offers advice, guidance and support to King’s students through all stages of the student journey.
The team can help you navigate any changes to your personal circumstances, especially if they impact your living arrangements, housing options, financial security or studies.
Together with our Money Mentors, who are current students, and external partner Blackbullion, the team aim to support you to refine your financial skills during your time at university. They can also advise you and help you to access support available, including the Student Hardship Funds and other support you may be entitled to.
Develop financial confidence while growing and enhancing your own financial knowledge.
Learn from our money savvy current students who have a passion for helping their peers.
How to get in touch with the King's Money & Housing Advice Team.
Our hardship funds are available to students experiencing financial difficulty to help with day-to-day living costs such as rent and energy bills.
More information on each scheme and its eligibility criteria can be found through the links below.
Find out about extra funding you can get if you're a parent or carer.
Open to eligible undergraduate and postgraduate students, including those in NHS-funded years.
Open to eligible undergraduate and PGCE students with Home fee status.
Open to eligible international students, including those from the EU, EEA or Switzerland.
Open to eligible undergraduate and postgraduate students on full-time medical or dental programmes.
Open to eligible students undertaking pre-registration nursing or midwifery programmes.
Information on the extra one-off payment of 10% of your bursary amount.
Further scholarship and bursary opportunities for undergraduate students.
The increase in cost of living is making it much harder to budget. Below we have pulled together some tips and tools to help you to balance your outgoings and make your money go further.
From your monthly living costs to lifestyle costs, with the rising cost of living, it is helpful to use a budgeting tool or banking app to track your spending and make sure you can cover all the essentials.
If budgeting is new to you or you are looking to improve your financial knowledge and skills, sign up with Blackbullion to complete their budgeting pathways.
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Plan for and anticipate your bills.
Get tips on living more sustainably.
We have a range of offers and discounts available for students at our King’s Food outlets on campus.
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Where can I park & secure my bike on campus?
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King’s is committed to supporting your wellbeing and providing supportive services alongside your studies.
We understand that wellbeing can mean different things to each person, we have a range of services which can support you depending on your level of need.
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