Is the cost of living making your next steps harder? Whether you’re interested in a traditional degree or becoming an apprentice, we’re here to support you on your higher education journey.
Resources to help you with money
With the cost of everything going up, it's easy to feel overwhelmed by a big new step in your life. But there are things you can do to feel more in control of the situation.
Here, we’ll share some tips if you’re worried about money, from looking for part-time jobs to additional funding support to where to find student discounts.
Here, we’ve outlined everything you need to know about how much you’ll spend during Freshers' week, and on your initial expenses.
Here, we’ll cover what scholarships and bursaries are, how to find out what you might be eligible for, and essential tips for successful scholarship applications.
A traditional degree isn’t the only option, you can earn a salary and get your tuition fees paid with an apprenticeship.
Get access to benefits, funding, and other financial help by searching for a grant with Turn2Us.
Find additional funding for university and information about degree apprenticeships from The Scholarship Hub.
Get the low down on uni tuition fees and exactly how they work across the UK.
You might want a part-time job at university to cover the cost of living.
For parents and guardians
One of the biggest concerns for students and their parents is the cost of university. Here’s a breakdown of what you need to know about fees, finance, and repayment.
For many students, uni will be the first time they will have budgeted and paid for bills. Start planning now to make sure they know what to do.
Discover what financial support you’re entitled to as an apprentice. Find out more about salary, financial support, and tax from Amazing Apprenticeships.