Writing and study guidance tutorials available throughout the summer
Learning Development's one-to-one tutorial service continues throughout the exam period and right up to the middle of August. If you want to look over part of your dissertation with a writing tutor, would like some guidance on how to tackle your revision or need help with any other aspect of your studies, then book now. The sessions are open to all students. Meanwhile, tutorials with Royal Literary Fund fellows will run until Friday 25 May.
Money Matters – more tips from the Advice and Counselling Service
This edition of Money Matters provides advice if you are no longer in contact with your family; a guide on what to do if you are looking for summer vacation work; advice if you’re thinking of changing course or taking time out; and financial advice for lone parents and students with ongoing ill health or a disability.
QMUL Bursary 2017/18 – second instalment Wednesday 23 May
Check the details in your online bursary entitlement letter by logging in to your Student Finance application and looking under ‘Letters and Emails’. Please allow up to four days for your money to appear in your bank account.
QMUL Bursary 2018/19 – am I eligible next year?
You need to get a household income assessment done each year in order to be assessed for a QMUL bursary. If you are from a low-income family, but you do not wish to take out any loans, you could still be eligible for the QMUL Bursary, but you do need to be fully income assessed. If you have not already applied for your continuing finance next year, make sure you request a full income assessment online.