We are dedicated to helping you gain the knowledge needed to manage your money better and maybe gain a few extra money saving tips you were not aware of. Managing your money may not seem fun but it could mean that you have more money to do more fun things. The Money Charity provides useful money management tips and ways to save and increase your money. Check out their Student Money Manual for useful information.
Money Management Sessions are offered by the Student Money Advice Team if you would like to book one please contact us for an appointment.
A student job can be a useful way to avoid debt, gain valuable work experience and help you achieve a nicer lifestyle. If you’re looking to reduce your expenditure whilst increasing your income, the Careers and Employability Service can offer advice on a range of part-time work available. It’s important to get the balance right, which is why we recommend no more than 12-16 hours a week of work alongside your studies.
International students in particular should be wary of criminals trying to access their bank accounts and should remain vigilant and question anything that seems unusual. We would encourage any student who fears their account may have been misused to speak to their university support services, banks and the police. Please also see the British Council Guide on Creating Confidence.