Living on a student loan is not easy. Our tips on how to make your money go further at university should help you stretch your loan so you can afford a few more things. Read more about Ways to Make Your Money go Further at University
Use our complete checklist of everything you need to take to university. Our list has been compiled by students who have been there and done it. Read more about What to take to uni checklist - student starter packs.
The cost of learning to drive can easily escalate if you aren't on top of it, but with these few tips and tricks you will be in the driving seat! Read more about Top tips on how to save money when learning to drive.
Summer is fast approaching and for many of us, it’s a time where we can finally take a relaxing break from university. We can bask in the sun, hang out with friends and watch Netflix without the constant anxiety that we really should be working on our essay instead. It’s understandable that getting a summer job is the last thing on our mind, but it can be one of the best things you can do! Not only financially, but for your growth as a person and as an employee too. Read more about Are Summer Jobs Worth It?
Renting private student accommodation for the first time can be a daunting prospect. Read our complete guide to renting private student accommodation to find out the key things you need to know and understand. Read more about Complete guide to renting private student accommodation
Making money online as a student doing things that you already do, might seem too good to be true. Whilst you're not going to get rich quick from it, you could earn yourself some nice extras without too much effort. Find out how. Read more about An easy way for students to make money online
During the first few weeks of a new term at university it is quite common for many Freshers to come down with a flu like illness, which has come to be known as Freshers flu. Read more about Freshers Flu – what it is, the symptoms and how to avoid getting it.
Insuring your university tuition fees means that if you are unable to continue your university course because you fall ill, you do not to have to worry about losing your tuition fee and accommodation costs which you are already committed to paying. Read more about Tuition fee insurance and the financial considerations of dropping out of university