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Browse top tips and use our handy guides to find your way through the world of student finance. We'll point you in the direction of help and support that is available, wherever you are in the UK.
Budgets can be tricky to stick to, but creating a realistic one in the first place is even harder. Read our top tips for making a budget and sticking to it.
For many students it's a given you're going to be in debt, but how are you supposed to contain it? Read our top five suggestions to minimise debt.
Ensuring you receive the support you need while studying at university can be complicated. Read our comprehensive guide to funding to help you through.
Get through medical school with our list of 11 money saving tips, including making easy savings and worry-free travel.
Find out what to do if your student loan doesn't come through on time.
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This guide highlights support available to students in England, and covers loans, bursaries, grants and options for elective funding.
This guide highlights support available to students in Northern Ireland, and covers loans, bursaries, grants and options for elective funding.
This guide highlights support available to students in Scotland, and covers loans, bursaries, grants and options for elective funding.
Student finance Wales provides in-depth information about your entitlements.
Read our guidance on student finances for students who are from both inside and outside the European Union, who are studying medicine in the UK.
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