Apply for student finance as early as you can and read these five possible funding pitfalls to ensure your money is sorted in time for your first term.
Welsh student? Get your student finance facts here, whether you're staying in Wales or heading to university elsewhere in the UK.
If you’re looking to study part-time, this quick guide to finance will give you a good outline of what you need to know to get started.
Find out about the financial support and university facilities available for student parents with our quick guide.
Financial support for students comes in all shapes and sizes. Get started on your hunt for funding with these pointers.
Scottish student? Our student finance guide will give you a good outline of what you need to know about fees and loans.
Do students think they're getting value-for-money from their tuition fees? Our reporter hit campuses to find out first-hand about money matters at uni.
Want to apply for a bursary or scholarship but not sure how the process works? Students share their top tips on how it all works.
Paying up to £9,000 a year in tuition fees might seem like a lot of money, but there’s more than just the cost of teaching, lectures and seminars you’ll need to cover. Here’s a rundown of what else you’ll need to pay for.
There are schemes out there designed to help you cover the costs of university which, unlike your student loan, won’t need to be paid back. Here’s a quick overview.