Student finance: Cybermarket sweep: Some online student gems

Lucy Tobin picks some online gems every student should add to their favourites list

Student finance: Budgeting clinic

Gwenda Thomas disciplines this year's unruly student spenders

Student finance: Why the money matters

The expense of studying need not scupperyour finances. Lucy Tobin offers some advice on staying afloat

Student finance: A ticket to learn: How to find a bursary

Funding is in place to make your dreams of studying at university a reality, says James Morrison

Your finances in the balance

Keep an eye on your income and spending and you’ll find it much easier to manage your money

Listings: things you ought to know about

Finding your way, hearing them play and feeling OK

Calls for a 'fairer' student bursary system

A national bursary scheme should be established to ensure that all disadvantaged university students receive the financial help they need, an independent think tank said today.

Student finance: find an account you can bank on

It may seem the least of your worries when starting a new life at university, but picking the right bank account could prove critical a few years down the line.

Student finance: a balanced equation

Most students get into debt, but a few simple budgeting sums can ensure things don’t get out of hand, says Amy McLellan

Geared up for super savers

Travel will take up a big part of your budget so it pays to keep an eye out for bargains, says Anne Giacomantonio

Get moving: how to best get around at uni

Ana Arendar has arrived at the best way to get from A to B let her take you on a journey...

Student finance: money matters

The best ways for students to fund their way through higher education

University students hit by inflation

University students are facing the most expensive academic year to date, with an inflation rate 50 per cent higher than average, research suggests.

On the road: buying a car at uni

Getting a car sounds great, but what does it actually involve and is it worth the money?

Budgeting clinic

Our finance expert Gwenda Thomas solves some student dilemmas
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