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Welcome to NASMA
NASMA is the National Association of Student Money Advisers. We have members in all four countries in the UK and collectively we are recognised as the leading authority on all matters relating to student advice and funding. NASMA acts as a focus for information exchange between practitioners in the field of student funding, bringing together professionals from across the sector and encouraging the free exchange of ideas. We work closely with national decision makers and their influencers on student finance policy. In addition, we work with other relevant sector organisations to promote the needs of students and our members:
- Student Money Advisers in Universities, Colleges of Higher Education, Students’ Unions, Guilds and Associations
- Discretionary Fund and Bursary Administrators in Higher Education Institutions
- Staff in Further Education Colleges whose remit includes money advice and/or discretionary fund administration
NASMA is a registered charity working to relieve the poverty of students through the provision of advice, information and training. We provide information for the public benefit and for professionals delivering student money advice. NASMA relies on income from membership subscriptions and training events to fund the development of resources and support for NASMA members, the wider advice sector and students.
If you would like to support the work of NASMA you can make a donation here:
The National Association of Money Advisers is a registered charity no. 1142415 and a company limited by guarantee registered in England and Wales no. 05165006
Last Updated: 22 June 2014