As a university student, one of the best days is when you check your balance after your loan has dropped and you've finally got money again!
Black Friday has been dubbed the biggest shopping day of the calendar year - but are the deals really that good?
It’s that time of year where your loan is spreading a bit thin, you got a bit excited during fresher’s and now you’re feeling the consequences. Follow our top tips on how you can save the pennies and make your loan last longer…
One of the best feelings in the world is seeing your bank account after your loan comes in. One of the worst is realising how quickly it’s going to run out. Fear not, though, there are plenty of ways for a finance savvy student to stay on top of their money.
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