Student Funding

The Student Funding team provides information and advice on a range of subjects including funding options and problems, money skills and help with financial difficulties.  

The team can offer advice if you are having difficulty understanding the funding available to you or need help with a complex funding issue.


Fees and Funding – an overview of tuition fees and student loans

Scholarships and Bursaries – details schemes administered by the university with a checker to see what additional funding you may be eligible for

Money Skills – to help you become more confident and capable with your finances

Financial Difficulties – advice if your situation is urgent and you need to apply for financial support


Contact Us

If you can’t find the information you need on these pages, please contact Hallam Help who will forward your query to the relevant department.



We offer 30-minute telephone appointments with our advisers for help with complex questions and problems you might be experiencing.

You can book an appointment here or by contacting Hallam Help.


Alternative Support

International Experience Team

International students who are having financial difficulty should speak to an adviser in the International Experience Team. You can book an appointment here or contact Hallam Help.


Sheffield Hallam Students’ Union

The Students’ Union Advice Centre is a free, confidential and independent service and offers advice for Sheffield Hallam University students. They can help with debt, housing and benefit problems and complaints and appeals processes.



Blackbullion is an easy-to-use online resource designed to develop your financial skills and help you maximise the value and benefit of bursaries, benefits and other types of financial aid. You can become more confident with your money through their short videos, quick quizzes and budgeting tools.



If worrying about money is having an impact on your mental health, the Student Wellbeing service provides information and advice to support you.


Careers and Employability

Careers Connect offer advice, guidance and information on a range of career-related issues including helping students find work whilst studying and after graduation.  They have a range of information and resources available from searching for jobs to producing a CV.

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