There is assistance for you to be on top of your finances—managing your student loan or allowance, paying fees, budgeting and scholarship applications.
All students pay tuition fees and compulsory levies. Calculate how much your courses will cost and learn about other compulsory fees at the University.
Learn about the different methods to pay your fees.
Make sure you control your money, so it doesn’t control you. Explore our financial resources for tips on managing your money.
The Hardship Fund is an emergency fund to help current students facing financial difficulties. Find out what the fund can support and how to apply.
Scholarships are available for students at all levels of study and are based on a variety of criteria.
Domestic students may fund their studies with a student loan and/or allowance. You must meet certain criteria to be eligible for these funds.
If you want to add or drop a course you need to make sure you follow the correct process in order to get your fees refunded. Learn what you need to know here.
Want to take back control of your money? Come along to a financial wellbeing workshop and learn how to stay on top of your finances.
Get face-to-face financial help with one of our student finance advisers on Kelburn campus.
Take control of your money with free online courses and tools—learn how to get on track with your finances now and build yourself a better financial future.
These grants are to encourage students who are facing financial hardship to continue in their studies at Te Herenga Waka—Victoria University of Wellington.
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