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Could you be eligible for financial support?

Updated: 06.11.20

Could you be eligible for financial support?

Most of our financial support depends on your age, and the type of course you’re studying, so check out the age groupings below to see if we can help you!

If you’re aged 16-19…

We might be able to help you with:

  • Travel to and from college
  • Essential equipment such as books, uniform, kits etc.
  • Meals on the days when you are in college
  • Course trips/visits
  • Childcare costs

Click here for full details and to submit an application!

If you’re aged 19+…

We might be able to help you with:

  • Travel to and from college
  • Childcare
  • Partial payment of tuition fees
  • Exam fees
  • Professional registration or memberships (specific to your course, related career development or compliance)
  • Essential course costs such as uniform, books, trips etc.

Click here for full details and to submit an application!

If you’re a university level student…

There may be additional finances available to you to support with:

  • Living costs
  • Travel costs to and from college
  • Course resources e.g. books, specialist equipment
  • Trips, visits or residential programmes

Click here for full details and eligibility

If you have any questions, or need support with a financial matter not listed here, please email financial-support@sheffcol.ac.uk.

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