Student Money Week - less risk, more reward: maintaining your financial wellbeing at universityStudent Money Week - less risk, more reward: maintaining your financial wellbeing at university
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If you’ve got money on your mind, we are here to help.

4-8 March is National Student Money week, we’ll be talking about all things finance and budget, including how to make the most of your finances, stay away from scammers and more. You’ll also find tips on budgeting, information about funding and deals and discounts too.  

Students continue to be impacted significantly by the cost-of-living crisis, with 82% of students worrying about making ends meet (Save the Student, 2023).

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Money Saving and Budgeting

We know that budgeting and discounts can only go so far, but the little things can add up, and help take the pressure off. From free period products to cheaper travel, we are here to help you make your money go further.

Money Week Survey

We want to know how you’re feeling about your finances and what sort of financial advice and support you’d find useful. Fill in our quick survey for a chance to win an air fryer!

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Help With Your Money

Unfortunately for many people maintenance loans do not completely cover rent and essentials, so most students are looking for ways to maximise their income.

Our student life hub is full of information on how to find part time work, other forms of funding you may be eligible for and how to use your overdraft wisely.  

There are a few things which you may be eligible for:  

Problems With Money

Your Students’ Guild Advice team are here to help, not to judge. If you’re struggling to keep on top of your finances, or you feel like you need some help figuring out a plan, come and see us.  

Money worries shouldn’t be impacting on your ability to concentrate, study and ultimately succeed at Exeter.

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