Student Advice Service – Money Matters

News from the Student Advice Service at the University of Brighton

NATIONAL STUDENT MONEY WEEK STARTS HERE

This year’s theme is ‘Students, Money and Mental Health’ and throughout the week we’ll be looking at different aspect of money advice and mental wellbeing. To kickstart the week, we want to promote the benefits of budgeting and planning ahead. For those of you who rely on loans to pay for tuition fees and living…

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We’re ready for National Student Money Week. Are you?

    We’re dusting down the Money Tree, printing off some money personality quizzes and loading up on goodies ready to go on tour. The Money Matters information stands are your one stop shops for impartial and reliable advice on everything money related. Our team of expert Student Advisers will be on hand to answer…

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National Student Money Week 2016 is coming………

Things always drifting into the red and out of control? Help is here at hand For 2016, the theme of the week is ‘Students, Money and Mental Health’. It may sound a bit daunting, but most of us will get stressed about money at some point, and students are no exception. You may normally feel in control of…

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We asked our students how they save money… see what they said

National Student Money Week (9-15 Feb) was a great opportunity for our team to get out and about to all our campuses to spread the money saving message. We’ve been so impressed with the tips our students shared, we’ve decided to compile them all for you below. Well done to our competition winners during the week too:…

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Miss the Moulsecoomb roadshow today? Here’s some great advice from the Careers team

So it’s Money Week and one way to help you top up the cash is to get a part time job! Thanks to all who came along to see us at the Money Matters roadshow at Aldrich earlier. We hope you got some good ideas and help with your part time job search. For those…

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Money Week theme of the day is……….

Maximise your income and potential through part-time work or starting up your own business      Many students have to work to supplement their income to pay for for basic living costs, but it can also be a really good opportunity to raise your employability profile not only now, but for the future. Come along to the…

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Welcome to Money Week

The Student Advice Service is running a series of events this week online and in person, collaborating locally with Careers, Beepurple, Students’ Union and the Student Support and Guidance Tutors. On a more national level we’re working with National Association of Student Money Advisers, Santander, The Student Room, Student Loans Company. Come and visit Nicolette…

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