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It’s National Curry Week – so celebrate with a tried and tested affordable recipe

Joy of joy National Curry Week 2018 is here and we’re getting involved by sharing some of our tasty team favourites with you. We have compiled some recipes and priced up the ingredients so you can see how cheap these

Posted in General advice and information

Paying your fees in full by 1st November? You could be entitled to claim a rebate

Did you know that the university offers a rebate scheme for students who pay their tuition fees in full by 1st November? What is it? An incentive called the Early Settlement Discount which is part of the university’s Tuition Fee Discount Schemes. Effectively it is a 2.5% reduction of your annual tuition

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Student Advice is here to help you access funding and manage your money

We hope our new and returning students are now in the full swing of things and enjoying uni life after the summer break. For many new starters, getting to grips with your finances can be a bit of struggle. That’s

Posted in General advice and information, Money Advice

Student Finance news for new Paramedic Practice students starting a course in 2018

We want to make sure our Paramedics are getting the maximum funding they are entitled to and as the funding arrangements for Paramedics has changed fundamentally this year, we know that there is some confusion around funding for this particular course. Here’s the

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Savvy shopping saves pennies and pounds

Be a savvy shopper For many the weekly shop will be a very familiar task, but for others, especially if you’ve moved from a family home, it can be quite an overwhelming experience, particularly when you’re working on a tight

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Travel cheap, buy in advance

One of our most popular questions at this time of year is “what’s the cheapest way to get to uni?” It’s a very good question and if you read on, you’ll hopefully find some useful information……. Trains If you get a

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Grants available for Arts and Media students who are care experienced

Are you a final year student on an Arts, Media or Product Design (please note this list is not prescriptive) course and you need some additional money? Have you spent any time in the care of a local authority or you are care

Posted in Money, Grants and Bursaries

Stay alert to scams, phishing and fake news

We want to make students aware of the dangers of online scams and give you a few helpful tips when trying to identify probing emails or texts. Unfortunately students are often targeted with phishing e-mails, particularly when student finance payments are due to

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Missing some household essentials? Thursday is bargain day at Falmer

Are you missing any household items, small appliances (all PAT tested), crockery bedding items or you’re after a change of seasonal wardrobe? Look no further as we have a pop up shop on campus later this week in the form of NOW! Charity.

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Top money tips for moving in

Moving in to your university accommodation can be both nerve-racking and exciting and it will take some time to feel fully settled and until it feels like home. You’ll need to set some ground rules as a household regarding your

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