LinkedIn can be a useful tool to help students start to build their profile and network in their desired industry. Here are some tips on how to get you started and what to include in your profile Read more about LinkedIn for students - setting up your first LinkedIn profile
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
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
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.
If you wan to study for a second degree you will not eligible for a student loan. So with average tuition fees now standing at £9,250 a year, how can you fund a second degree? Read more about How to get funding for a second degree in the UK
“Open to all left handed women, who grew up in Lambeth but undertook most of their education in The Cotswolds, have achieved AAB in their A-levels and love cats”
Does this sound familiar? Sometimes, looking for a scholarship you are eligible to apply for can feel like looking for a needle in a haystack. The eligibility criteria are often quite tight and specific, and it can be a disheartening process looking for something you can apply for. Read more about Top ten Scholarships open to all UK students