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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

Posted in Money Advice

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

Posted in General advice and information, Money Advice

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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Getting your first student finance payment

“When will I get my first instalment of funding?” is one of our most frequently asked questions in Student Advice As long as you have been fully assessed for your funding, your bank details are correct and Student Finance do

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Coming to Brighton through Clearing? Here are your money questions answered…..

Congratulations on securing a place at Brighton. We look forward to welcoming you! If you are applying for student finance through Student Finance England, Wales, Northern Ireland or Student Awards Agency Scotland, you do have some things to cross off

Posted in General advice and information, Money Advice, Money, Grants and Bursaries, Student Finance News

Starting a course in September? Get ahead of the crowd with your student finance

We know that heading off to university can be a daunting prospect with the longest to-do list in the world, but one thing you can do now (if you haven’t already) is to get your funding up and running before

Posted in General advice and information, Money Advice, Money, Grants and Bursaries

Graduands, have you got a money question?

We wish all our graduands very well for the ceremonies and beyond…….. You are probably preoccupied with celebrations at the moment (and rightly so) but if there is a niggling question about your funding, bank account, student loan or dare

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Financial support available over the summer vacation – closing date Friday 5th July

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

Posted in General advice and information, Money Advice, Money, Grants and Bursaries

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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