How much are parents expected to give children who are at university? Find out what the costs are and how much parents need to support their child financially. Read more about How much should I give my child 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.
We explore the reasons many parents are asking if they should be saving towards university for their kids and whether it is worth it or not. Read more about Should you be saving for university for your kids?
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
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.