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Be aware – Amazon Prime and TV License SCAMS

  We all rely on internet and mobile shopping and banking these days, but this makes us vulnerable to phishing and scammers trying to get a fast buck at our expense. Amazon scam This relates to Amazon Prime trial renewal:

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University of Brighton Bursary

Are you expecting a payment from the university? Eligible students who have been awarded a University of Brighton bursary should receive the first  instalment in the next couple of days. If you are unsure about whether you should qualify for

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Wellbeing Week Shopping Basket Challenge – THE RESULTS

Thank you to everyone who studied our 2 shopping baskets last week and entered the competition to win a bag of groceries. We presented you with a list of everyday items and asked you to guess the difference between the

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What is the true cost of a premium brand shop? Wellbeing Week challenge

As part of Wellbeing Week, the Student Advice Service is setting our students a challenge. Can you really taste the difference in everyday store cupboard favourites? And if you can, do you know what the true price difference is? We

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Student Advice Service is supporting Wellbeing Week. Come and join us

The Student Advisers love nothing more than getting out on campus and chatting to students. We’re taking the opportunity to get involved in Wellbeing Week by having a pop up information stall at each campus throughout the week where we’ll be

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Travelling over the Christmas period?  Book your tickets now to get the best deals

If you know you will be going back to the family home for Christmas, now is the time to book your tickets to make sure you don’t end up being charged far too much. If your journey takes you across

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Student Advice supports Mental Health Day 10th October 2019

We know that money worries have a significant impact on our mental wellbeing and the pressures of managing your money on a tight student budget is very stressful. As part of World Mental Health Day 2019, we are getting behind

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Funding for student parents

Are you a student and a parent? Are you aware of the different funding streams available to you as a student parent? Do you want to check you’re accessing everything available to you? Read on for our quick(ish) guide to

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EU students – do you think you’re eligible for student finance as a migrant worker?

Most undergraduate EU students who have come to the UK to study can apply for a Tuition Fee Loan from Student Finance.          This applies to full and part time study. However, there are exceptions for those who have been living

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Student Finance advice for undergraduate students repeating the academic year (or part of)

It is perfectly normal to encounter bumps along the academic road and for some students this means having to repeat an academic year (or part of) or choosing a different path and starting a new course altogether. If this is

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Student finance in the news

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