The UEL Bursary Card is used as a method of accessing your bursary funds. If you’re a student who has joined since 2006/7, the UEL Bursary Card can help aid your studies by providing funds to purchase your study essentials. You can use your Bursary Card to purchase books, Oyster card top-ups, laptops and much more by using either your funds (if you are an eligible undergraduate student) or your funds (if you are a postgraduate student).
You can use your Bursary Cards in John Smith’s, your campus bookshop, or online at either of John Smith’s websites:
www.jscampus.co.uk/uel for a full range of books or
www.ueldigital.co.uk for electronic items.
All students are eligible for a free Bursary Card. You can get a Bursary Card even if you haven’t received a bursary. This means that you, your parent/guardian or anyone that would like to support you in your studies can add money to your card to be used in the John Smith’s bookshop. Please ask staff for details.
During enrolment John Smith’s will be issuing Bursary Cards at the Docklands Campus, from the Royal Docks Business School Trading Floor. After enrolment you will also be able to get a Bursary Card from the John Smith’s bookshops at Docklands and Stratford. The shops are open 9am – 5.30pm (later for the first four weeks of the semester). You will need to bring along your UEL Student ID card.
You can use the same card over the duration of your studies. If you do not use your funds in one year, they will carry over into the next year. If you lose you Bursary Card you can obtain a replacement from John Smith’s (a charge will apply ).
The Atrium, East Building
London E16 2RD
Tel: 020 8223 7193
Computer & Conference Centre
London E15 4LZ
Tel: 020 8223 4602
We are open Monday – Friday 9am – 5.30pm
We extend our opening hours on Monday–Thursday to 6.30pm for the first four weeks of term
If you would like to discuss your Bursary Card, please call the Finance and Registry Help Team on 0208 223 7526
John Smith’s was voted Academic and Professional Chain Bookseller for 2012 – an award they have previously won 2006, 2007, 2008, 2009 & 2011. In addition, their bookshop at UEL Docklands was voted Bookshop of the year 2011.