I know first-hand that there are Birmingham students who spend every spare hour in part-time work and still struggle to make ends meet
The 86 students are making the most of the pool, gym and cooked breakfasts to get over their disappointment.
For many prospective Oxford students, getting to live in the famous halls of Britain’s oldest university is an attractive
No sooner are you celebrating securing that all important place on your course, you find yourself faced with a host of practicalities to organise. The most pressing of which is making sure you'll have a roof over your head in your new city. While this is exciting, it can undoubtedly be stressful.
What is painfully clear is the knock on effect that living without a home has on their self-esteem and mental well-being. We desperately need to find more affordable housing for young people and to up-skill them as they transition into independent living to ensure that every young person can find and sustain a stable place that they can call home.
While the majority of students in London struggle to find somewhere to live that costs under £500 a month, overseas students
With the costs of student life rising even more, living at home can be the most economical option, however the long secluding distance from campus scares a lot of students because they don't want to miss out on the full university experience. But, living at home and having a social life is not impossible.
Two students got more than they bargained for after discovering the house they had moved into was previously a "massage parlour
Once you've gone through the whole A-level results, clearing, accepting shebang (phew) it's time to turn to where you're
Students are travelling more than most commuters to get to university and spending 'millions' on transport as rising house