Financial concerns can lead to higher stress and anxiety levels, and lower levels of good health. The University provides numerous ways to help save you money with staff discounts, salary exchange schemes, travel and study loans and ways to borrow and save money with two local credit unions. There are also Pre-retirement Courses for those considering that option.
In the next few months we will be adding other services to help support your individual financial wellbeing and make you more confident about your finances.
You can access financial advice and services from:
If you are currently experiencing any worries or mental health conditions due to financial worries, the University Counselling Service can offer face to face counselling and on-line resources. The charity Mind also has information on mental health and finances.
Access to hundreds of local and high street discounts
Reduced tax and NI on cycle purchases, childcare and paying for your pension.
Save on your commute with our season ticket loans & Cycle to Work Scheme
Top up your staff ID card to spend at FoodonCampus outlets on campus
Study support via the Learning & Development Team