Find out how to organise your finances during your time at Sussex.
Frauds and scams
Read our advice on staying safe from frauds and scams.
The tuition fee you are charged depends on your fee status.
You can also appeal against your fee status if you think it’s incorrect.
If you’re a returning student, see your tuition fees.
If you are looking for a scholarship to support your studies, see our funding information covering undergraduate, Masters and PhD options.
You can also contact your local British Council or the education department of your own government for information on financial aid and sponsorship.
If you have a question about an existing award, check our guidance on Sussex scholarships and bursaries.
American student loans and federal aid
If you are an American national or permanent resident of the US, see our American funding information.
Find out about budgeting tips to help you though your course, including a student budget calculator.
Book a budgeting one-to-one with an advisor in the Student Life Centre for help managing your money.
If you’re struggling financially, find out about our Hardship Fund and Welfare Loans.