Your loan repayments are calculated based on what you earn, not what you borrowed (the total student ‘debt’). We explain more in this guide.
When it comes to student debt, the figures can look pretty scary. But trying to cut costs by taking a cheaper course is unlikely to make financial sense. Here are some example scenarios to demonstrate why.
To help you prepare for money management at uni, we've come up 10 top things you should factor into your student budget...
Our roving student video reporter headed to university campuses to get some top money-saving tips from students. Watch the video to see what they said…
Many students find that a part-time job can be a great way of coping with costs. Read their top tips on bagging part-time work and how to manage it with your workload…
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.
Scottish student? Our student finance guide will give you a good outline of what you need to know about fees and loans.
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.