Now in it’s sixth year, the Royal Television Society bursaries offer a great opportunity for students who are looking to build a career in the TV industry. Not only do you get financial support but also mentoring and internship opportunities to help you gain valuable experience and contacts in the industry. Read more about Kick- start your career in television with the RTS bursary scheme.
A report has been issued on the government commissioned review on Student Finance and the loans system. We take a look at what the proposals mean for students. Read more about Summary of independent review on Student Loans
Hundreds of students just like you are already using Funds4Uni via easyfundraising, a free-to-use funding cashback website that you can use to help off-set your university costs.
It’s simple, every time you and your family shop online with Funds4Uni via easyfundraising with over 3,600 big-brand retailers such as Amazon, eBay, Sainsbury’s, Argos, John Lewis & Partners, M&S, Next & Tesco – they raise cashback donations for your uni costs! Read more about Your chance to win £1000 with Funds4Uni and Top Shop/Top Man
What does it mean to be an estranged student?
An estranged student is someone who has not had verbal or written contact with either of their biological or adoptive parents for about 12 months or longer prior to the start of your course and this is not going to change. Read more about Scholarships and funding university for estranged students
One of the reasons for scholarships, grants and bursaries being awarded is categorised on our database as “Personal Circumstances” but what exactly does this mean? Read more about Scholarships based on your personal circumstances
Degree apprenticeships are a relatively new and ever-growing development for vocational higher education. They combine full-time paid work with part-time university study to offer candidates the opportunity to earn a degree whilst working. Although they are are typically targeted at 18 to 19 year old school leavers as an alternative route to gaining a degree, they are suitable for anyone, particularly those who are deterred from full-time university study by high tuition fees and the prospect of student debt. Read more about Applying for a degree apprenticeship
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