Some students can receive help with NHS costs. You will need to complete a HC1 form which is available from:
The Students’ Union Student Advice Centre.
Student Health Centre at Coalport House, Stoke.
Students on eligible Nursing, Midwifery and Operating Department Practice courses, who commenced prior to 01 August 2017 have their studies funded in full by NHS Bursaries. For more information on NHS Bursaries, please visit the NHS Business Service Authority website.
Students on Nursing, Midwifery and Operating Department Practice courses, who commenced after 01 August 2017 can apply for student loans to fund their studies, though may also apply for the Learning Support Fund which provides extra financial support to eligible students on these courses and is administered by NHS bursaries.
NHS also provide bursaries to eligible undergraduate Social Work students. Students can apply for a Social Work bursary from their second year of study, though bursaries are limited abd students are nominated to receive a bursary based on a set of criteria pre-determined by the University.
For more information on Social Work bursaries please visit the NHS BSA website.
We understand that choosing how to care for your child/ren whilst you are at University is an important and difficult decision to make. Whether we are caring for a new born baby to our pre-school children we are committed to offering every child a nurturing and inspiring environment in which they can learn and flourish.
Please visit or call our caring and professional nursery team who will work in partnership with you to help you to make an informed decision about the options available for you and your child.
Free nursery taster sessions available.
If you are having problems paying for childcare, contact the Students’ Union Student Advice Centre
Staffordshire University Nursery
4/5 Winton Square
Stoke on Trent
Telephone : 01782 294981
Or visit our website www.staffs.ac.uk/nursery