The Income and Student Finance Office provides advice on course tuition fees, including the assessment and collection of fees. If you have any concerns about your fee assessment speak to staff in the office who have experience in advising student on these matters. They administer a range of bursaries and student support and hardship funds to help students in financial difficulty which do not need to be repaid. They also provide a finance function for the University Clubs and Societies.

Student Guidance Centre
University Terrace
Belfast BT7 1NN
T: 028 9097 2767

The Students’ Union Advice Centre also has two members of staff who provide advice and guidance on personal finance, debt management, income maximisation and applying for bursaries. They can see students between 9.30am – 4.30pm, Monday – Thursday and 9.00am – 3pm on Friday. If you can only come outside of these hours, they will do their best to accommodate you.

Connie Craig
Financial Adviser
Student Advice Centre
2nd Floor, Students’ Union
University Road
T: 028 9027 1049 or 028 9027 3106

Debbie Forsey
Money Management Adviser
T: 028 9097 1166 or 028 9027 3106