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    If you are an undergraduate, the national guidance for HE hardship funds gives priority to you if you are in the following groups:

    • Students with children (especially lone parents)
    • Other mature students, especially those with existing financial commitments, including priority debts
    • Students from low income families
    • Disabled students (especially where the DSA is unable to meet particular costs and the institution has no legal responsibility to do so)
    • Care leavers
    • Carers (especially Young Carers)
    • Students from Foyers or who are homeless
    • Students receiving the final year loan rate, who are in financial difficulty (including those unable to work because of academic pressure)
 
 
 
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