The government has approved legislation, which could save people 20 per cent on tuition fees, compared with studying a full, three year degree. These new, shorter degrees will cost more per year, £11,000 compared to £9,250, but will work out cheaper overall than a three year degree, not just from the tuition fees, but also the reduced maintenance and living costs. Read more about Two year degrees to be offered
Did you know you can apply for Degree Apprenticeships as well as University? Just because you've submitted your UCAS application, it does not mean that you can still consider other options and get your degree for free. Read more about Applying for Degree Apprenticeships and University.
Studying for a Degree Apprenticeship in London can be a very different experience to anywhere else around the country. Read about what it's like from a London based Degree Apprentice. Read more about What it's like to be a Degree Apprentice in London?
Make the most of Christmas shopping and raise more Funds4Uni
We're now entering the busiest shopping period of the year! Did you know you can raise loads more for your uni fund when you, your family and friends do their Christmas shopping online through Funds4Uni via easyfundraising? And with Black Friday and Cyber Monday also just round the corner, two of the busiest shopping days of the year, now is a great opportunity to raise more Funds4Uni. Read more about Win £250 towards your uni costs
Applications are now open for this year’s Crowd Scholar scholarship programme. The Scholarship Hub is proud and excited to support this innovative community led scholarship for the second year running, to help the programme grow. Read more about Scholarships for disadvantaged students
Language students: you could have a job lined up for when you graduate and a bursary to help you through university.
Scholarships for language students are not generally found in abundance but the RAF are looking to recruit languages undergraduates as Intelligence Analysts (Linguists) and also offer a bursary of up to £6,000 while you study. Read more about Language students: you could have a job lined up for when you graduate and a bursary to help you through university.