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Student funding & advice

Contact the finance advisers

Book a finance appointment or tofind out the times of the Quick queries sessions:

T:  01642 342297

Or you can find us in the Student Centre, located in the Europa building.

(Monday - Thursday 8:30 - 17:00 and Friday 8:30 - 16:30)

Help in emergency situations

Student funding and finance

Our finance advisers are available throughout the year to give you advice and information on money matters.

Whether you are a part-time or full-time student, studying an undergraduate or postgraduate course, we can offer general advice and guidance including information on tuition fees, student loans, emergency loans, welfare benefits and much more.

We also offer support for current students who maybe experiencing financial difficulties with their day-to-day living costs or who may be suffering a sudden financial crisis through the Teesside University Student Support Fund.  The application for the fund takes into account your income and expenditure and priority groups include students with children and final year students experiencing financial difficulties.

For further information on student funding please see our Student Funding Advice Helpsheets

Getting the advice you need

Our finance advisers are available throughout the year to give you advice and information on money matters.  Students can speak to our finance advisers in a number of ways:


Finance Appointments

In a 30 minute appointment we can advise students if they have more a more complex questions including benefit information, applications for student funding, financial hardship, childcare issues, Student Support Fund appeals and ongoing issues with Student Finance England.

We do understand that occasionally people cannot make it onto campus for a face-to-face appointment and can book telephone appointments if requested. 


Quick Queries

Quick queries are usually 10-15 minutes long and are offered on a first come first saved basis.  We can help students who have quick questions about their funding including course transfers, student loan delays, suspensions and withdrawals.