Pathways to Further Support
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The Transitions Team, in Student Finance and Welfare, offer a wide range of further support to undergraduate students who may have specific requirements, interests or responsibilities – to help you fulfil your potential.
If you have lived in local authority care and you are looking to study at DMU, or you are already studying with us, the Transitions Team is available for you.
If you are a young person studying without the support of a family network, we may be able help you navigate the requirements of student funding applications, accommodation issues and provider further financial help at key times of the years.
You may be caring for a partner, family member or friend who is elderly or has a disability. We are available to provide advice and guidance as necessary. We also offer a small discretionary fund to help with some of the costs of caring responsibilities.
Students seeking asylum in the UK are not eligible for government student funding and may be classed as international students for fee purposes. The Transitions Team administer the Article 26 Scholarship; which provides eight students with a full fee waiver to undertake an undergraduate course at DMU.
If you have children you may find our wide range of information, support and advice useful.
T: +44 (0)116 257 7825 / 7872