Notice from April 2020:

The Student Budgeting Advice Service is open for appointments by phone, online or email. Drop in Clinics have been suspended until further notice.

Applications are open for the 1916 Bursary - see 1916 Bursary  for information and the application form.

If your working hours have been impacted by COVID 19 please check if you are eligible for support at COVID-19 Pandemic Unemployment Payment

If you have a query, you should firstly check the FAQ's on this page. Secondly, you should read the 'Guidance on the area that may assist you'. If at this point you feel you need to discuss any urgent financial worries please email


                                                   'Guidance on the area that may assist you with your query' 
                                          Please contact the correct area to avoid delays in answering  your query 


  • Drop-in clinics are currently suspended until further notice.
  • Frequently Asked Questions are available on this page of the website. Please check here initially as you may find the answer to your question in this area.
  • Queries relating to Course Fees should be directed to the Student Fees and Grants office 
  • If you are enquiring about SUSI please check the SUSI website in the first instance as your query may be answered there.
  • Students who have lost part time work due to Covid-19 please check your eligibility for Government Support at or at
Student Assistance Fund:

  • The Student Assistance Fund is now closed for new applications for the 2019/20 academic year.
  • If you have already applied for the Student Assistance Fund and are seeking an update please check your address as all students have been advised of the outcome of their application. Any further queries regarding your application may be referred to  
  • If you need support or guidance on money matters you may contact the Student Budgeting Advisor at
Student Emergency Fund:

  • If you have been recommended for funding as part of the Student Emergency Fund by the Student Budgeting Advisor please send your query to
  • If you are in need of a Short-Term Loan or Food Vouchers as part of the Student Emergency Fund please apply directly to Student Support Hub by emailing
Personal Support:

To find out how to Book an Appointment or about the Drop in Clinics for 2019/20, please see below. 

The Student Budgeting Advice Service offers support and advice with managing your money for University. You will find a range of resources, links and information on these webpages to help you enjoy life as a University student. If in doubt talk to your Student Budgeting Advisor - there is no judgement only advice and options. 
If you have an urgent query email but please refer to the guidance above initially as you may be able to find the answer to your query.  

You are advised to check this website regularly for any updates on the Service for the Academic Year 2020/2021.  

  • If you have booked an appointment with the Student Budgeting Advice Service you will receive a phone call on the date of your booked appointment. Please ensure you have provided the correct phone number and are free to talk. 
  • All communication regarding funding is through MUMail. If you have met with the Student Budgeting Advisor and been referred for funding please check your university email account.​
  • The Student Budgeting Advice Service Calendar is closed for the summer so please email for advice.
  • SAF applications are closed for the summer but will open for new applications in September 2020.

Student Budgeting Advice Schedule.


Monday Booked Appointments By Phone Only
Tuesday Booked Appointments By Phone Only
Wednesday Booked Appointments By Phone Only 
Thursday Booked Appointments By Phone Only 
Friday Booked Appointments By Phone Only