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The Viral Letter About Mis-sold Student Loans Due to Retrospective Interest Hikes Is Well Meaning, But Wrong
Here Are The Best - And Cheapest - Cities For British Students To Study In
Martin Lewis Writes A Damning Open Letter To David Cameron Over 'Disgraceful' Move
Maintenance Grants For Poorest Students To Be 'Slyly' Axed Today - Without A Commons Vote
The government looks set to quietly axe the student maintenance grants in a committee on Thursday, without giving MPs a chance to vote...
Why Students Are Marching Against a Government Waging a War on the Young and the Working Classes
Today, students and activists will take to the streets of London to demand free education and living grants for all. We are putting forward...
This YouTube Cat Earned Its Owner Enough Money To Pay Off His Tuition Fees
A student was able to pay off his tuition fees thanks to a video he uploaded onto YouTube of his cat staring at her reflection in the mirror. Fraser...
Bond On A Budget: 007 Filming Locations To Visit On The Cheap
Since film fans were treated to that very first iconic shot of Sean Connery’s super-suave James Bond at the card table in 1962’s Dr...
Student Finances - What Can Be Done to Help Students Prepare for University?
In years to come, ifs University College hopes that positive financial news arising from its young persons money index will take its own...
10 Best Laptops for Students
Going to university is difficult enough but the choice to buy a durable laptop for campus life can be overwhelming at the best of times....
5 Money-Saving Travel Tips
The real world can be expensive and with university starting up, it’s a little bit too easy to get overexcited with your spending. While...
How to Successfully Navigate Student Finance
If you find your money is draining away too quickly, you could consider getting a job. There will be plenty of employers looking for workers...
Grants Raid Puts Money Where It's Needed - In Students' Pockets
The current set-up goes easiest on those at the extremes - those from the lowest or highest income backgrounds while, across the board,...
The Most Affordable UK University Cities
Starting university is stressful. Although it's a fair while since I went through the process, the daunting task isn't lost on me. The...
15 Money Hacks For A Cheap Festival
Car sharing, taking an old phone and making your own wellies for a pound are just some of the top money saving tips for festivals, according...
Everything You Need To Know About The Dire State Of Student Finance In One Infographic
Research conducted by Save the Student has revealed one in five students gamble or sell their body for extra cash in order to meet spiralling...
Students Turn To Gambling, Medical Trials And Selling Their Bodies To Meet University Costs
One in five students gamble or sell their body for extra cash in order to meet spiralling university costs, a survey has revealed. Young...
Reducing Student Grants Is Not Fault-Free and Affects Poor Students Most - But It Is Better Than Some Alternatives
So the policy is not fault-free and will affect the poorest students the most. But it is better than some of the alternatives, such as...
This Referendum Campaign Has Been Dreadful - But We Still Desperately Need to Win
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