Being a first-year student pitches you headlong into a whirlpool of studies, new relationships, independent living and money management. Here’s some advice for staying afloat. Article by Nick Green.
Are you a student hoping to study in the UK? Here's a helpful introduction to life as an undergraduate here - including how to cope financially and enjoy everything the UK has to offer. Article by Nick Green.
From finding a place to live to paying bills and finding the money to have fun, the art of student living may take some time to master. So prepare for Freshers’ Week with our quick guide to independent living for undergraduates. Article by Nick Green.
You’ll learn much more at university than your chosen subject – it’s also the place where many of us learn to be financially independent. From cashback to mystery shopping, here are our favourite tips from the university of life…
You go to university because you want a good job and career. But what you won’t necessarily learn is how to adapt to your new life earning money and being financially responsible. Here are the top tips about work and finance that every graduate should know.
For new graduates, the time between finishing university and starting your career can be stressful, and you may struggle to make ends meet. Take the pressure off yourself by earning in the meantime, and you’re more likely to land that dream job. Become a tutor and put your skills to work You might not realise
It’s not easy for students on a budget at the best of times. Now the National Student Money Survey has revealed many are caught short by student finance to the tune of £250 every month. Here are some financial tips to help students and their parents.
For the majority of students today it’s not whether they’ll get into debt – it’s how much. Here are our top tips to help your children keep their debt under control. Student debt can be a millstone around the neck of graduates. The mere thought of owing tens of thousands of pounds is enough to put