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It’s National Student Money Week (Monday, 3 February – Friday, 7 February) – an annual event that helps students get the most out of their money.
Here’s how you can get involved:
Our Money Advice and Guidance service will have a stall in the Alsop Building all week.
Visit the stall, from 2-4.30pm each day, for some friendly advice and to pick up some freebies!
Throughout the year, the University’s Money Advice and Guidance service run a drop-in service. You can use the session to speak with a trained adviser about anything relating to finances, budgeting or debt.
Sessions are held every weekday between 2-3.30pm (Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday) and 12 -1.30pm (Wednesday) in the Alsop Building.
Share your tips for creating healthy, budget-friendly meals to be in with the chance of winning a fitness tracker! To enter the competition, follow these steps:
Don’t forget that the University Hardship Fund is open for student applications.
Any UK student at the University can apply to the fund if you’re experiencing ongoing financial difficulties or if you have a one-off unexpected financial expenditure during the year that you couldn’t have foreseen. Awards from the fund are normally made on a grant basis and are therefore non-repayable.
Application forms and accompanying guidance are available to download on our website.
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