Higher Education financial help in Jersey
The Government of Jersey gives financial help for students who are resident in Jersey and who wish to undertake a course in higher education, postgraduate professional education or for a one-year level 3 vocational arts course.
The Student Finance booklet below has guidance for students who wish to study for their first undergraduate degree, including those studying distance learning courses.
Student Finance booklet 2022/23
Applying for student finance
You can apply using the online form below. Funding applications can be made for full and part-time study. We recommend reading the booklet carefully before completing the online application.
Student Finance will provide further relevant forms, including income statement forms, upon receipt of your online application.
Applying for a higher education student grant (HE1 form)
If your course starts anytime between January and June, you need to apply before 31 December in the year before your course starts.
If your course starts anytime between July and December, you need to apply by 31 March in the year your course starts.
Late applications after 31 March might be accepted, but any applications after 31 December in the current academic year will not be accepted.
Student Finance help and advice
For further information or to request an appointment with one of the Student Finance team, complete the online appointment request form. Appointments can be delivered via telephone or video call.
Student Finance appointment request