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The countdown to graduation has started – here is all your essential money advice for life after uni

What happens to my student bank account? If you have a student account (with 0% overdraft interest rate) then unfortunately sooner or later you’ll find that the 0% interest rate disappears once you graduate. Whilst some student bank accounts will

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Summer fund open to students facing financial challenges over the summer vacation

Are you worried about making ends meet over the long summer vacation? Have you got an ongoing rent liability but you’re not able to work over the holidays? Are you care experienced or estranged from your family and you’ll be

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Student Support Fund still open for continuing undergrad and postgrad students

The Student Support Fund is open throughout the whole academic year to all Home fee paying students, both undergraduate and postgraduate. The closing date for final year applications has already gone, but we are still accepting applications for continuing undergraduate

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Student Finance for continuing students – action needed

Applications for student finance for 2019/20 academic year are now open. September may feel like a long way away right now, but you need to apply before the 21st June deadline to guarantee your assessment will be completed in time for

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How can Student Advice help you over the holiday?

Nothing says Spring quite like tulips…………………………….. and student finance advice! The Student Advisers are here during the holiday armed with answers to all your seasonal questions like……. I’m going home for Easter, where do I look for cheap travel options? I’ve got an

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Big Energy Saving Week midweek update

The Student Advisers are talking to students (and staff) this week about saving on bills, switching provider and energy tariffs Water seems to be the hot topic of the week so far Most of get our water supply from Southern Water, but there is

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Welcome to Big Energy Saving Week 2019

Throughout next week (21st – 25th January) the Student Advice Service is supporting Big Energy Saving Week. This is a campaign run by Citizens Advice which aims to raise public awareness on saving money on your bills getting the best price for your energy and helping

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Government grant for new parents

Are you pregnant or you’ve just had a baby/babies in the last few months? Are you unclear about the different funding opportunities open to you? If you are pregnant with your first child during your studies and need help with buying things for the

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Are you waiting to hear the outcome of a Student Support Fund application?

If you recently applied for the Student Support Fund and you’re waiting to hear the outcome, the processing time is currently 4 weeks. This is due to the increase in applications being submitted at this time. We have one more payment

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Cold weather means hot refreshments for energy and sustenance

As the days get shorter and colder, here are some top tips on staying nourished for £less Invest in a decent packed lunch box or Tupperware – old ice cream containers may suffice but do check it can withstand heat. Make double

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Student finance in the news

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