Student Advice Service – Money Matters

News from the Student Advice Service at the University of Brighton

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Money and Mental Health – Money Week 2024

The relationship between money and mental health can be a complicated one. We know that money worries can have a significant impact on our mental so this blog offers some guidance about where to seek help and advice and to reassure you that support is available.

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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

Enjoy the wellbeing benefits of nature for little or no cost

As part of Mental Health Awareness Week, we want to share some suggestions of how you can get connected with nature for less. Certainly over the last 18 months we have learnt a great deal about the benefits nature brings to our physical and mental wellbeing and we also know about the close relationship between…

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