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.
Mental health issues are extremely common at university and there has been a five-fold increase in students disclosing mental health issues in recent years. Here’s what you can do to alleviate the pressures, and most importantly, how you can seek help. Read more about Mental Health At University
During the first few weeks of a new term at univresity 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.
We’ve all been teenagers once but it’s easy to forget what matters as the agony of teenage hood fades in to the distance, so here is a gentle reminder to any parent whose child is due to start university this September.
We have put together our top tips on things you should not do as a parent if you want to remain in favour, as you set your child free on University life. Read more about Top tips on things you should not do as a parent of a fresher
Money worries at university getting you down? You’re not alone. Here are some of the best ways for students to cope with financial worries while you at university. Read more about 5 Ways To Cope With Money Worries At University
University life can place a great deal of pressure on young people to embrace the drink and drugs culture. Here’s what to expect and how to deal with it. Read more about Drink and Drugs Culture at University - What To Expect and How To Deal With It
Student bank accounts offers lots of deals and freebies to entice students to join them, so how do you choose which one is best for you? Read our tips on choosing your student bank account. Read more about How to choose a student bank account
The cost of accommodation sees many students facing financial hardship – and it’s leaving them stressed and unable to study.
The average student rent now stands at £566/month. With the average maintenance loan payment amounting to £602/month , that leaves just £36 of the Maintenance Loan to cover ALL other living costs, including food, transport, toiletries, books and, in some cases, bills. Read more about Students expected to survive on £1 a day, after rent