Birmingham City University Student Support

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We offer advice, guidance and support on issues and queries relating to Money Matters, Childcare advice, Disability support, Counselling, Mental Health and the Chaplaincy. Check out our "notes" for more information on each of our services and some tips and advice.

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It's . We'd like to invite staff and students to our mini event, to chat, learn what support is available for students with autism and how to support them. Enjoy board games, mindfulness colouring and refreshments. Weds 17 April, 1-4pm, Curzon building 190 :)


Join the University Money and Childcare Advice Service and Student Union today at Seacole 10am to 2PM to celebrate National Student Money Week. Talk to us about Budgeting, Staying Money Safe and where to get help when you need it.


As part of National Student Money Week organisation We Fight Fraud are offering a free 45 minute online session for Students looking at HOW criminals might approach them, what they can do to STAY SAFE, and what they should do if they are approached or think they have been a victim of fraud.
Register Online to attend todays session.


It’s day 2 of National Student Money Week and we’re talking about how we spend our money 💸
Need some help prioritising essential spending or trying to cut you expenditure? Come and talk to the Money and Childcare Advice Team
⭐ 7 March 10am-2pm, Seacole Atrium
⭐ 8 March 10am-2pm, Curzon Atrium


A message for Ramadan

What is Ramadan?

From this weekend onwards (10th March) Muslims around the world will start fasting during daylight hours, meaning they will abstain from eating, drinking or engaging in sexual relations for the duration of their fast. Young children, pregnant women, the old, the sick and travellers are examples of those who are exempt from fasting.

Aside from fasting, Muslims observing Ramadan also increase in spiritual devotional acts such as prayers, giving charity and strengthening family ties. Muslims are also encouraged to share their food with friends, family, neighbours, colleagues and to reach out to those who may be fasting alone, to share their Ramadan experiences.

Why fasting?

“O you who believe, fasting has been prescribed for you as it has been prescribed for those before you, so that you may attain Taqwa (God-conscious)” [Quran 2:183]

Fasting is one of the five pillars of Islam. A key objective of fasting increase in taqwa (closeness to / consciousness of God), and to engender a sense of gratitude, self-discipline and self-improvement, at both an individual and community level, which Muslims are encouraged to continue throughout the year.

At an individual level, fasting encourages us to feel an affinity with the poor across the world who have little or no food to eat. At a community level, the breaking of fast meal (Iftar) at sunset encourages families and local communities to share their meal together, whilst charity work in local communities typically increases during Ramadan.

The end of Ramadan is marked by the festival of Eid-ul-Fitr, known as the ‘Festival of Breaking the Fast’. Similar to the beginning of Ramadan, the end of the month is determined by moon sighting.
Wishing everyone a happy month of Ramadan

Imam Mohammad Asad
Muslim Chaplain

Image shows a lantern with moon symbol on top and a small plate of dates fruit with dusk sky and city background for the Muslim feast of the holy month of Ramadan Kareem.


National Student Money Week 2024 is here!🥳
This year’s theme is ‘Less risk, more reward’.
But what does risk mean when it comes to personal
To learn about risk, and get the chance to win a
£500 emergency fund, make sure to complete the
‘Risk’ pathway on the website!📈


National Student Money Week 2024 is underway! This year, the
theme is ‘Less Risk, More Reward’.
As part of NSMW, our partner Blackbullion is running a competition where you
could win £500 to help kickstart your emergency savings pot!
To enter:
● Log in to Blackbullion, or register for a free account
● Complete the new Risk pathway and earn the ‘NSMW 2024’ badge to be entered into the draw.


1 week to go!
National Student Money week returns for 2024 on Monday 4th March. This year our partner Blackbullion is offering you the chance to win £500 to go towards your emergency fund with their ‘Risk pathway’ competition!


If you're after fast and reliable broadband for your student house, this is a great offer from BT. Get BT Fibre 1 50Mb Broadband for just £29.99pm.

See more here:

Photos from UCAS's post 11/08/2023

Below are today’s processing updates for NHS Learning Support Fund. ​

These dates are for new applications only and don’t include students who’ve extended their course or those repeating a year. ​

You can check your account at any time for updates: 👈

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