Student Advice Service – Money Matters

News from the Student Advice Service at the University of Brighton

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Protect yourselves from plausible scams

Scammers have been phoning students, pretending to be from the university’s Finance department, saying that a bank has been in contact with the university as someone has been trying to set up an account in that student’s name.

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Important hardship funds update from Student Advice

If you are thinking about applying for the Student Support Fund and you want to be considered before the Christmas holiday, you need to submit your completed application by Friday November 24th

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Student Advice Wellbeing Week pop up today in Cockcroft building

The Student Advisers are supporting Wellbeing Week by hosting a  pop up stall between 12pm – 2pm today, Friday 17th November, outside Aldrich library in Cockcroft building on Moulsecoomb campus

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How budgeting can improve mental health

The Student Advice Service is supporting Wellbeing Week with this blog examining the relationship between good money management and good mental health

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Side hustles – 10 ways you can make extra money while you study

10 ways students can increase their income on the side on top of part time work

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Financial advice for student apprentices

The Student Advice team understands that some student apprentices need support and help with their finances, especially as the funding arrangements for apprentices differ to those for the traditional student route. We want to make our student apprentices aware of the financial advice and support available to them whilst studying at the University of Brighton.

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How to get on top of your finances

We’d like to share a few simple steps that you can take now, to help you gain the financial independence you’ll need, not only during your years as a student, but on into life after you graduate.    

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Student Advice team welcomes all new and returning students

Returning students will probably know what we do already, but in case you need your memories refreshed or you are new to the University of Brighton, we provide information and advice to all students on any funding and finance related issue. This is how we can help you

Student funding advice for repeating students

This article explains how undergraduate UK student funding works for students who are repeating the academic year

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Are you being ripped off by fast food and fast food delivery companies?

The rising cost of bills and food in particular is high on everyone’s agenda as a further burden on the budget. This blog looks at how using regular fast food impacts, your budget, wellbeing and the environment

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