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Important message about the Student Support Fund

Have you made a recent application to the Student Support Fund? Due to a significant increase in applications received over the last couple of weeks, the current processing time is 4 weeks. The 4 week starts from when we receive an application at the

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Contact information about the Student Advice Service during the Spring vacation

Do you want to talk to someone during the vacation? The Student Advice Service remains open and ready for business throughout the holiday, but there will be a reduced provision in drop in times. The Tithe Barn (Moulsecoomb campus) will

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RIBA Student Support Fund – for RIBA (Architecture) part 1 and 2 students

                                  Did you know that the charity RIBA, the Royal Institute of British Architects, offers grants to Architecture students? These grants are non repayable and

Posted in Money, Grants and Bursaries

The cost of a TV license is increasing in April 2018

The cost of an annual TV license is changing on 1st April 2018. There will be an increase of £3.50 which means the new annual charge for colour viewing will be £150.50     Click here to see who needs a TV

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Important information about University of Brighton bursaries

                                        This is a message for all new 1st year undergraduate students who started a course in September 2017 or February

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Are you studying without the support of a family network? Do you want to know more about help and support or take part in some national research?

Are you an estranged student under the age of 25? Are you studying without contact from your living birth parents? Are you aware of support available at the university? You may have received some emails from Student Services telling you about additional

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Paper £10 notes will no longer be legal tender next week

Spend, save or exchange your old ten pound (GB £ sterling) notes before they go out of circulation on 1st March, which is next week. The old paper notes have an image of Charles Darwin on the reverse and look like this:

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National Student Money Week blog of the day – Look after your house/flatmates

As this is the final Money Week blog focusing on the national theme Where I Live, we thought we’d do something a bit different and not just talk about money. We hope that you’ve enjoyed the week and we’ve answered some

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National Student Money Week blog of the day – Thinking of taking time out or making a change? Seek financial advice first

  Josh Tasman via Compfight Things don’t always go to plan and if you need to take time out, change course, or something else, be sure to check what the financial implications might be. That way you can make an

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National Student Money Week blog of the day – How to manage your bills…..cost, meters, dividing responsibility and saving money!

For most of us managing the rent, mortgage and household bills is an unenjoyable necessity of life, but for many students this aspect of living independently for the first time can be a very stressful and daunting experience. In terms of

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