Student Finance

KFSP Awards

New, full-time undergraduate students starting in 2017, will be notified by the Financial Aid Office if they have secured a KFSP award, providing that they have their Student Finance support in place (see KFSP Applications below).

You can check your eligibility using the Financial Support Calculator, here.

KFSP Applications

Most full-time students will automatically be assessed for the KFSP, however, you may need to make a separate application to the KFSP. Please see the Eligibility Criteria for further details.

Students will need to ensure they have made their application to Student Finance England, they have been income assessed, and both the student and their sponsor(s) have given consent to share your financial details with the University.

Part-Time students will also need to make a separate application. Click on "Part-Time Students", to the left for more details.

Kent Financial Support Package

Kent Financial Support Package 2015

The Kent Financial Support Package for the academic year 2015/16 has now closed.

All eligible students who have been identified have been notified of their award.

At Kent, we believe that all students who have the academic potential to benefit from our courses should have the opportunity to come to the University and we have established one of the most generous financial support schemes in the UK.

For 2015, Kent has a £6,000* financial support package for eligible students across three (or four where applicable) stages of study:

  • Stage 1: £2,000 (cash payment)
  • Stage 2: £2,000 (cash payment)
  • Stage 3: £2,000 (cash payment)

*Based on a full-time undergraduate three year degree programme. Students studying a four year programme will receive a further cash bursary of £2,000 for the fourth stage.

The cash bursary does not have to be repaid.

The Kent Financial Support Package (KFSP) is awarded in addition to any funding you receive from Student Finance England, or any other support packages or scholarships you may be eligible for from Kent. Receipt of the KFSP will not affect your entitlement to these.

In order to be eligible for the package of support, students must fulfil the eligibility criteria below.

Eligibility Criteria

In order to qualify students must meet ALL of the following criteria set by the University as below:

  • The student must be new to higher education starting at the University of Kent in September 2015 in Stage 1. (For students starting in a foundation year – please see below).
  • The student must be registered on a full-time undergraduate degree programme at the University of Kent paying tuition fees of £9,000. Students on courses where the tuition fees are lower than £9,000, including students from franchise and associate colleges, will not be considered for an award.
  • The student must be ordinarily resident in England (as determined by Student Finance England)
  • The student is from a household where the annual income is less than £42,620 per year.**
  • The student’s last place of learning must be a UK state school or college.
  • The student must have made an application to the University of Kent by the UCAS deadline of 15 January 2015. This criterion has now been relaxed.
  • The student must also meet ONE of the following criteria:
    • The students’ household is located in an area that traditionally has had low levels of participation in higher education as defined by HEFCE. A lookup of postcodes and their classification by participation (POLAR) can be found on the HEFCE website http://www.hefce.ac.uk/postcode/.  Awards are made to students who fall into quintiles 1 and 2. A student will fall into the young participation quintile if they were under 21 years of age at the start of the 2015/16 academic year and into the adult participation quintile if they were 21 years of age or over at the start of the 2015/16 academic year. If a student meets this criterion, they will automatically be considered for the award, there is no application form to complete.
    • The student lives in social housing. If the student did not meet the postcode criterion but lives in social housing, they would have needed to submit a KFSP 2015 application form to the Financial Aid Office with evidence that they are living in social housing. The Financial Aid Office would have verified that the landlord is registered with the Homes and Communities Agency.
    • The student is a Care Leaver under 25 as defined here, or was in a Foyer or 'homeless' before starting their course. They would have needed to apply to and been approved for the Care Leaver package before they were considered for the KFSP 2015.
    • The student is in receipt of Disabled Students Allowances (DSA).

**Students who meet the Care Leaver criteria DO NOT need to meet the household income criteria to be eligible for the KFSP 2015, however, they do need to meet all of the main criteria and must be income assessed by Student Finance England.

Evidence of these criteria will be collected from the candidate’s UCAS application and their student finance application to Student Finance England. Evidence should be maintained by the applicant to meet University audit requirements which may include in year spot checks. Successful applicants would have been informed that they met the University’s criteria for the financial support package once the University is in receipt of all relevant information.

If you meet the postcode criterion or are in receipt of DSA, there is no application form to complete.  As long as you have made your application to Student Finance England, you have been income assessed by them, and you and your sponsor(s) (the person(s) income assessed by SFE, where relevant) have given your consent to share your financial details with the University, you will automatically be assessed for your entitlement. Students who meet the social housing or care leaver criteria will need to complete the relevant application form before they will be considered for an award.

The award is made for one year in the first instance and is renewable each year. Candidates must remain in satisfactory academic standing, as set out in point 6.3.2 of the Undergraduate Scholarships and Bursaries Terms and Conditions, whilst at the University and demonstrate continued eligibility on the basis of household income as assessed by Student Finance England in order to receive the financial support package in subsequent years.

A self-assessment tool for financial support for 2015 is available online.

Part-Time Students

New part-time students starting in the academic year 2015/16 may be eligible for a pro rata cash busary in each year of study as part of the Kent Financial Support Package. The value of the cash bursary available will depend on the student's level of study, i.e. if a student is studying 50% of a full-time course they would be eligible for a £1,000 bursary in their first year and £1,000 in subsequent years.

In order to qualify, students must meet ALL of the following criteria set by the University as below:

  • The student must be new to higher education starting at the University of Kent in September 2015 in Stage 1.
  • The student must be registered on a part-time undergraduate degree programme at the University of Kent (excluding franchise colleges).
  • The student must be studying the equivalent of 25% or more of a full-time course.
  • The student must be ordinarily resident in England.
  • The student is from a household where the annual income is less than £42,620 per year.
  • The student’s last place of learning must be a UK state school or college.
  • The student must have made an application to the University of Kent by the UCAS deadline of 15 January 2015. Should sufficient funds be available, the University reserves the right to give consideration to those who submit an application after this date; at this point the University may take into account whether a candidate is the first in family to attend University.
  • The student must also meet ONE of the following criteria:
    • The students’ household is located in an area that traditionally has had low levels of participation in higher education as defined by HEFCE. A lookup of postcodes and their classification by participation (POLAR) can be found on the HEFCE website http://www.hefce.ac.uk/postcode/.  Awards are made to students who fall into quintiles 1 and 2. A student will fall into the young participation quintile if they were under 21 years of age at the start of the 2015/16 academic year and into the adult participation quintile if they were 21 years of age or over at the start of the 2015/16 academic year. If a student meets this criterion, they will automatically be considered for the award, there is no application form to complete.
    • The student lives in social housing.
    • The student is a Care Leaver under 25 as defined here, or was in a Foyer or 'homeless' before starting their course. They would have needed to apply to and be approved for the Care Leaver package before they were be considered for the KFSP.
    • The student is in receipt of Disabled Students Allowances (DSA).

Part-time students would have needed to make an application and provide evidence of their household income to the Financial Aid Office if they believed they met these eligibility criteria.

The information sheet and application form for 2015 are no longer available.

Applicants would have been informed whether they met the University’s criteria for the financial support package once the University was in receipt of all relevant information.


For any further information please contact:
Financial Aid Office, Room G43 Registry.
Tel: 01227 823488 / 824876 / 823851
Email: FinancialAid@kent.ac.uk

 

Foundation Year Students

Students studying a degree with an integrated foundation year will still be eligible for the package of support, but will have the award deferred until they start Stage 1 of their course in 2016/17.

Intermitting and Withdrawing

The NSP is paid in two instalments throughout the year, the first on 7th December 2015 and the second on 18th March 2016, providing that students remain on course for the whole academic year.

If a student intermits or withdraws part way through an academic year, any unpaid bursary will be cancelled.

If a student returns from intermission, providing that they still meet the household income element of the eligibility criteria, they will be eligible to receive ONLY parts of the award that they did not receive in the year that they suspended their studies, regardless of whether they are starting the year from the beginning again, or returning at the point from which they left.

Appeals

Students who have not been made an award from the Kent Financial Support Package (KFSP) can appeal against the decision.

However, appeals where students do not meet the eligibility criteria will not be considered.

All information already held regarding a student's KFSP assessment, along with any additional information supplied with the appeal, will be reviewed by the Head of Student Financial Services, where an independent decision to the original assessment will be made. The Head of Student Financial Services' re-assessment will be communicated to the student by letter within 21 days of receiving the appeal.

Any appeal must be made in writing, marked CONFIDENTIAL and sent to:-

Odette Collard-Woolmer
Head of Student Financial Services (KFSP Appeals)
The Registry
University of Kent
Canterbury
CT2 7NZ

Alternatively, appeals can be handed in at the Financial Aid Office.

All appeals must have been received by 15th July 2016. Appeals received after this date will NOT be considered.

 

The deadline date for approval of the KFSP 2015 was 8th July 2016. Students whose awards were not approved by that date will have lost any KFSP entitlement for this and any subsequent years of study.

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Kent Financial Support Package 2016

The Kent Financial Support Package for the academic year 2016/17 has now closed.

All eligible students who have been identified have been notified of their award.

Assessment of students who were in their foundation year in 2016/2017 who have successfully progressed into Stage 1 in 2017/18 will begin in September 2017.

At Kent, we believe that all students who have the academic potential to benefit from our courses should have the opportunity to come to the University and we have established one of the most generous financial support schemes in the UK.

For 2016, Kent has a £5,500* financial support package for eligible students across three (or four where applicable) stages of study:

  • Stage 1: £2,000 (cash payment)
  • Stage 2: £1,500 (cash payment)
  • Stage 3: £2,000 (cash payment)

*Based on a full-time undergraduate three year degree programme. Students studying a four year programme will receive a further cash bursary of £1,500. Please see summary below:

  • Stage 1: £2,000 (cash payment)
  • Stage 2: £1,500 (cash payment)
  • Stage 3: £1,500 (cash payment)
  • Stage 4: £2,000 (cash payment)

The cash bursary does not have to be repaid.

The Kent Financial Support Package (KFSP) is awarded in addition to any funding you receive from Student Finance England, or any other support packages or scholarships you may be eligible for from Kent. Receipt of the KFSP will not affect your entitlement to these.

In order to be eligible for the package of support, students must fulfil the eligibility criteria below.

Eligibility Criteria

In order to qualify students must meet ALL of the following criteria set by the University as below:

  • The student must be new to higher education starting at the University of Kent in September 2016 in Stage 1. (For students starting in a foundation year – please see below).
  • The student must be registered on a full-time undergraduate degree programme at the University of Kent paying tuition fees of £9,000. Students on courses where the tuition fees are lower than £9,000, including students from franchise and associate colleges, will not be considered for an award.
  • The student must be ordinarily resident in England (as determined by Student Finance England)
  • The student is from a household where the annual income is less than £42,875 per year.**
  • The student’s last place of learning must be a UK state school or college.
  • The student must have made an application to the University of Kent by the UCAS deadline of 15 January 2016. This criterion has now been relaxed.
  • The student must also meet ONE of the following criteria:
    • The students’ household is located in an area that traditionally has had low levels of participation in higher education as defined by HEFCE. A lookup of postcodes and their classification by participation (POLAR) can be found on the HEFCE website http://www.hefce.ac.uk/postcode/.  Awards are made to students who fall into quintiles 1 and 2. A student will fall into the young participation quintile if they were under 21 years of age at the start of the 2016/17 academic year and into the adult participation quintile if they were 21 years of age or over at the start of the 2016/17 academic year. If a student meets this criterion, they will automatically be considered for the award, there is no application form to complete.
    • The student lives in social housing. If the student did not meet the postcode criterion but lives in social housing, they would have needed to submit a KFSP 2016 application form to the Financial Aid Office with evidence that they are living in social housing. The Financial Aid Office would have verified that the landlord was registered with the Homes and Communities Agency.
    • The student is a Care Leaver under 25 as defined here, or was in a Foyer or 'homeless' before starting their course. They would have needed to apply to and be approved for the Care Leaver package before they were considered for the KFSP.
    • The student is in receipt of Disabled Students Allowances (DSA).

**Students who meet the Care Leaver criteria DO NOT need to meet the household income criteria to be eligible for the KFSP 2016, however, they do need to meet all of the main criteria and must be income assessed by Student Finance England.

Evidence of these criteria will be collected from the candidate’s UCAS application and their student finance application to Student Finance England. Evidence should be maintained by the applicant to meet University audit requirements which may include in year spot checks. Successful applicants will be informed that they have met the University’s criteria for the financial support package once the University is in receipt of all relevant information.

If you meet the postcode criterion or are in receipt of DSA, there is no application form to complete.  As long as you have made your application to Student Finance England, you have been income assessed by them, and you and your sponsor(s) (the person(s) income assessed by SFE, where relevant) have given your consent to share your financial details with the University, you will automatically be assessed for your entitlement. Students who meet the social housing or care leaver criteria will need to complete the relevant application form before they will be considered for an award.

Eligible students would have been notified from mid September 2016 to 7th July 2017.

The award is made for one year in the first instance and is renewable each year. Candidates must remain in satisfactory academic standing, as set out in point 6.3.2 of the Undergraduate Scholarships and Bursaries Terms and Conditions, whilst at the University and demonstrate continued eligibility on the basis of household income as assessed by Student Finance England in order to receive the financial support package in subsequent years.

A self-assessment tool for financial support for 2016 is available online.

Part-Time Students

New part-time students starting in the academic year 2016/17 may be eligible for a pro rata cash busary in each year of study as part of the Kent Financial Support Package. The value of the cash bursary available will depend on the student's level of study, i.e. if a student is studying 50% of a full-time course they would be eligible for a £1,000 bursary in their first year and £1,000 in subsequent years.

In order to qualify, students must meet ALL of the following criteria set by the University as below:

  • The student must be new to higher education starting at the University of Kent in September 2016 in Stage 1.
  • The student must be registered on a part-time undergraduate degree programme at the University of Kent (excluding franchise colleges).
  • The student must be studying the equivalent of 25% or more of a full-time course.
  • The student must be ordinarily resident in England.
  • The student is from a household where the annual income is less than £42,875 per year.
  • The student’s last place of learning must be a UK state school or college.
  • The student must have made an application to the University of Kent by the UCAS deadline of 15 January 2016. Should sufficient funds be available, the University reserves the right to give consideration to those who submit an application after this date; at this point the University may take into account whether a candidate is the first in family to attend University.
  • The student must also meet ONE of the following criteria:
    • The students’ household is located in an area that traditionally has had low levels of participation in higher education as defined by HEFCE. A lookup of postcodes and their classification by participation (POLAR) can be found on the HEFCE website http://www.hefce.ac.uk/postcode/.  Awards are made to students who fall into quintiles 1 and 2. A student will fall into the young participation quintile if they were under 21 years of age at the start of the 2016/17 academic year and into the adult participation quintile if they were 21 years of age or over at the start of the 2016/17 academic year. If a student meets this criterion, they will automatically be considered for the award, there is no application form to complete.
    • The student lives in social housing.
    • The student is a Care Leaver under 25 as defined here, or was in a Foyer or 'homeless' before starting their course. They would have needed to apply to and be approved for the Care Leaver package before they were considered for the KFSP.
    • The student is in receipt of Disabled Students Allowances (DSA).

Part-time students would have needed to make an application and provide evidence of their household income to the Financial Aid Office if they believed they met these eligibility criteria.

The information sheet and application form for 2016 is no longer available.

Applicants would have been informed whether they have met the University’s criteria for the financial support package once the University is in receipt of all relevant information.


For any further information please contact:
Financial Aid Office, Room G43 Registry.
Tel: 01227 823488 / 824876 / 823851
Email: FinancialAid@kent.ac.uk

 

Foundation Year Students

Students studying a degree with an integrated foundation year will still be eligible for the package of support, but will have the award deferred until they start Stage 1 of their course in 2017/18.

Intermitting and Withdrawing

The KFSP is paid in two instalments throughout the year, the first on 5th December 2016 and the second on 17th March 2017, providing that students remain on course for the whole academic year.

If a student intermits or withdraws part way through an academic year, any unpaid bursary will be cancelled.

If a student returns from intermission, providing that they still meet the household income element of the eligibility criteria, they will be eligible to receive ONLY parts of the award that they did not receive in the year that they suspended their studies, regardless of whether they are starting the year from the beginning again, or returning at the point from which they left.

Appeals

Students who have not been made an award from the Kent Financial Support Package (KFSP) can appeal against the decision.

However, appeals where students do not meet the eligibility criteria will not be considered.

All information already held regarding a student's KFSP assessment, along with any additional information supplied with the appeal, will be reviewed by the Head of Student Financial Services, where an independent decision to the original assessment will be made. The Head of Student Financial Services' re-assessment will be communicated to the student by letter within 21 days of receiving the appeal.

Any appeal must be made in writing, marked CONFIDENTIAL and sent to:-

Odette Collard-Woolmer
Head of Student Financial Services (KFSP Appeals)
The Registry
University of Kent
Canterbury
CT2 7NZ

Alternatively, appeals can be handed in at the Financial Aid Office.

All appeals must be received by 14th July 2017. Appeals received after this date will NOT be considered.

 

The deadline date for approval of the KFSP 2016 was 7th July 2017. Students whose awards were not approved by that date will have lost any KFSP entitlement for this and any subsequent years of study.

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Kent Financial Support Package 2017

At Kent, we believe that all students who have the academic potential to benefit from our courses should have the opportunity to come to the University and we have established one of the most generous financial support schemes in the UK.

For 2017, Kent has a £5,000* financial support package for eligible students across three (or four where applicable) stages of study:

  • Stage 1: £2,000 (cash payment)
  • Stage 2: £1,500 (cash payment)
  • Stage 3: £1,500 (cash payment)

*Based on a full-time undergraduate three year degree programme. Students studying a four year programme will receive a further cash bursary of £1,500. Please see summary below:

  • Stage 1: £2,000 (cash payment)
  • Stage 2: £1,500 (cash payment)
  • Stage 3: £1,500 (cash payment)
  • Stage 4: £1,500 (cash payment)

The cash bursary does not have to be repaid.

The Kent Financial Support Package (KFSP) is awarded in addition to any funding you receive from Student Finance England, or any other support packages or scholarships you may be eligible for from Kent. Receipt of the KFSP will not affect your entitlement to these.

In order to be eligible for the package of support, students must fulfil the eligibility criteria below.

Eligibility Criteria

In order to qualify students must meet ALL of the following criteria set by the University as below:

  • The student must be new to higher education starting at the University of Kent in September 2017 in Stage 1. (For students starting in a foundation year – please see below).
  • The student must be registered on a full-time undergraduate degree programme at the University of Kent paying tuition fees of £9,250. Students on courses where the tuition fees are lower than £9,250, including students from franchise and associate colleges, will not be considered for an award.
  • The student must be ordinarily resident in England (as determined by Student Finance England)
  • The student is from a household where the annual income is less than £42,875 per year.**
  • The student’s last place of learning must be a UK state school or college.
  • The student must have made an application to the University of Kent by the UCAS deadline of 15 January 2017. This criterion has now been relaxed.
  • The student must also meet ONE of the following criteria:
    • The students’ household is located in an area that traditionally has had low levels of participation in higher education as defined by HEFCE. A lookup of postcodes and their classification by participation (POLAR) can be found on the HEFCE website http://www.hefce.ac.uk/postcode/.  Awards are made to students who fall into quintiles 1 and 2. A student will fall into the young participation quintile if they were under 21 years of age at the start of the 2017/18 academic year and into the adult participation quintile if they were 21 years of age or over at the start of the 2017/18 academic year. If a student meets this criterion, they will automatically be considered for the award, there is no application form to complete.
    • The student lives in social housing. If the student does not meet the postcode criterion but lives in social housing, they will need to submit a KFSP 2017 application form to the Financial Aid Office with evidence that they are living in social housing. The Financial Aid Office will verify that the landlord is registered with the Homes and Communities Agency. The information sheet and application form are now available.
    • The student is a Care Leaver under 25 as defined here, or was in a Foyer or 'homeless' before starting their course. They will need to complete an application form and be approved for the Care Leaver package before they will be considered for the KFSP.
    • The student is in receipt of Disabled Students Allowances (DSA).

**Students who meet the Care Leaver criteria DO NOT need to meet the household income criteria to be eligible for the KFSP 2017, however, they do need to meet all of the main criteria and must be income assessed by Student Finance England.

Evidence of these criteria will be collected from the candidate’s UCAS application and their student finance application to Student Finance England. Evidence should be maintained by the applicant to meet University audit requirements which may include in year spot checks. Successful applicants will be informed that they have met the University’s criteria for the financial support package once the University is in receipt of all relevant information.

If you meet the postcode criterion or are in receipt of DSA, there is no application form to complete.  As long as you have made your application to Student Finance England, you have been income assessed by them, and you and your sponsor(s) (the person(s) income assessed by SFE, where relevant) have given your consent to share your financial details with the University, you will automatically be assessed for your entitlement. Students who meet the social housing or care leaver criteria will need to complete the relevant application form before they will be considered for an award.

Eligible students should receive written confirmation of their entitlement by the beginning of November 2017.

The award is made for one year in the first instance and is renewable each year. Candidates must demonstrate continued eligibility on the basis of household income as assessed by Student Finance England in order to receive the KFSP 2017 in subsequent years.

A self-assessment tool for financial support for 2017 is available online.

Part-Time Students

New part-time students starting in the academic year 2017/18 may be eligible for a pro rata cash busary in each year of study as part of the Kent Financial Support Package. The value of the cash bursary available will depend on the student's level of study, i.e. if a student is studying 50% of a full-time course they would be eligible for a £1,000 bursary in their first year and £750 in subsequent years.

In order to qualify, students must meet ALL of the following criteria set by the University as below:

  • The student must be new to higher education starting at the University of Kent in September 2017 in Stage 1.
  • The student must be registered on a part-time undergraduate degree programme at the University of Kent (excluding franchise colleges).
  • The student must be studying the equivalent of 25% or more of a full-time course.
  • The student must be ordinarily resident in England.
  • The student is from a household where the annual income is less than £42,875 per year.
  • The student’s last place of learning must be a UK state school or college.
  • The student must have made an application to the University of Kent by the UCAS deadline of 15 January 2017. Should sufficient funds be available, the University reserves the right to give consideration to those who submit an application after this date; at this point the University may take into account whether a candidate is the first in family to attend University.
  • The student must also meet ONE of the following criteria:
    • The students’ household is located in an area that traditionally has had low levels of participation in higher education as defined by HEFCE. A lookup of postcodes and their classification by participation (POLAR) can be found on the HEFCE website http://www.hefce.ac.uk/postcode/.  Awards are made to students who fall into quintiles 1 and 2. A student will fall into the young participation quintile if they were under 21 years of age at the start of the 2017/18 academic year and into the adult participation quintile if they were 21 years of age or over at the start of the 2017/18 academic year. If a student meets this criterion, they will automatically be considered for the award, there is no application form to complete.
    • The student lives in social housing.
    • The student is a Care Leaver under 25 as defined here, or was in a Foyer or 'homeless' before starting their course. They will need to complete the application form and be approved for the Care Leaver package before you will be considered for the KFSP.
    • The student is in receipt of Disabled Students Allowances (DSA).

Part-time students will need to make an application and provide evidence of their household income to the Financial Aid Office if they believe they meet these eligibility criteria.

Applications can be submitted once students are registered on their course and have been in attendance for two weeks from 25th September 2017.

The information sheet and application form will be available from 25th September 2017.

Applicants will be informed whether they have met the University’s criteria for the financial support package once the University is in receipt of all relevant information.


For any further information please contact:
Financial Aid Office, Room G43 Registry.
Tel: 01227 823488 / 824876 / 823851
Email: FinancialAid@kent.ac.uk

 

Foundation Year Students

Students studying a degree with an integrated foundation year will still be eligible for the package of support, but will have the award deferred until they start Stage 1 of their course in 2018/19.

Intermitting and Withdrawing

The KFSP is paid in two instalments throughout the year, the first on 4th December 2017 and the second on 16th March 2018, providing that students remain on course for the whole academic year.

If a student intermits or withdraws part way through an academic year, any unpaid bursary will be cancelled.

If a student returns from intermission, providing that they still meet the household income element of the eligibility criteria, they will be eligible to receive ONLY parts of the award that they did not receive in the year that they suspended their studies, regardless of whether they are starting the year from the beginning again, or returning at the point from which they left.

Appeals

Students who have not been made an award from the Kent Financial Support Package (KFSP) can appeal against the decision.

However, appeals where students do not meet the eligibility criteria will not be considered.

All information already held regarding a student's KFSP assessment, along with any additional information supplied with the appeal, will be reviewed by the Head of Student Financial Services, where an independent decision to the original assessment will be made. The Head of Student Financial Services' re-assessment will be communicated to the student by letter within 21 days of receiving the appeal.

Students must be registered in order to make an appeal.

Any appeal must be made in writing, marked CONFIDENTIAL and sent to:-

Odette Collard-Woolmer
Head of Student Financial Services (KFSP Appeals)
The Registry
University of Kent
Canterbury
CT2 7NZ

Alternatively, appeals can be handed in at the Financial Aid Office.

All appeals must be received by 13th July 2018. Appeals received after this date will NOT be considered.

 

All KFSP Awards must be approved by 6th July 2018 otherwise students will lose their KFSP entitlement.

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Last Updated: 20/09/2017