As student loan interest rates increase this year, Nina Patel breaks down the obscurities around what this means for those at university.
Money is a paradox for students. We are the subject of student discount but extortionate tuition fees. Thankfully there are loans to cover them. Like a safety blanket at the bottom of a 9,250-foot drop. […]
Sachi Thakkar, LUU‘s Health and Wellbeing Ambassador, discusses the effect gender has on financial freedom.
The government will today push through its plans to replace student maintenance grants with loans via a Third Delegated Legislation Committee with a Tory majority, rather than a Commons debate and vote. The move has […]
An increasing number of students are running into financial trouble, largely due to failures in the student finance system and the rise of tuition fees. We talk to two very different students about their experiences […]
The introduction of top-up fees in 2006 marked a watershed moment for the future of Higher Education and now, two years since their increase to £9,000, we’re seeing further barriers to students coming to university. […]
Your student loan is finally in your bank account but you may not be so gleeful if you spend it all half way through term. Here are some tips to guide you on your quest […]
According to a recent study conducted by the website Vouchercodes.co.uk, the average student will have used up their first term’s loan within six weeks – at Leeds, that’s by 20th November. However, one in six […]