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Welcome to the "Loans For Student" News Section. Student finance is one of the most dynamic areas of finance and there is always new changes that we love to write about for our readers.

Monday, 10 July 2017 13:44

Be a good money-saving student

Financially speaking it has never been harder to be a student. Tuition fees are at an all-time high (and could still rise whilst the Tories are in government) and the cost of living with regards things such as heating, water and general grocery purchasing is at an all-time high too. We feel for you. No doubt you will know many…
Students are not known for their riches, in fact we often write about the difficulties that students face when it comes to funding themselves through university and budgeting ever stretched finances. That is why it is always positive to hear when a new idea comes to light which will help to ease the financial burden on people that are struggling…
We’re well aware of the plight of students – from a financial point of view anyway. We very often write articles about how best to save the pennies whilst studying away from home and are constantly on the lookout for tips and ideas that might make life a little financially healthier for those who are struggling to balance university life…
The current cost of studying at university is already at an all time high - so much so that it is having an impact on the numbers of people wishing to study further. Many potential students have already walked away and looked to go straight into a job and train in the workplace as opposed to spending £9,000 per year…
It is something that we’ve been questioning for a while and it now appears that many people of student age are having the same thought process – is a university education really worth the cash? According to figures from the latest student experience research hub, more students than ever before have said that they don’t think university education has given…
The mainstream media and pollsters keep telling us that the Conservatives are heading towards victory in the general election and that Labour are nowhere near, and are in fact very likely to suffer one of their biggest defeats in living memory with the Tories taking over some of the Labour heartlands. But, according to research conducted on campuses up and…
We reported last week that Labour were proving popular amongst students with more than half of the graduate population admitting that they were going to be voting Labour in the upcoming election. This popularity will be growing even greater this week, however, as news emerges of the party’s plans to completely scrap tuition fees. The shadow chancellor John McDonnell made…
It is something that all students have to accept – once they start work and earn over the income threshold, they will have to begin making repayments on their student loan. This week, however, the Tories have announced that some newly qualified teachers who end up teaching in ‘critical shortage subjects’ may have their student debt wiped clean after five…
Are you starting university in the next academic year? If the answer is yes, you are probably worrying just as much about managing your finances whilst you are there as you are about undertaking your chosen educational course. We’re not going to lie, being at university is one of the hardest times of your life with regards balancing finances, whilst…
You must be getting fed up of all the Brexit talk. We know we certainly are. Despite the ongoing verbal onslaught of Brexit and Article 50 that we have been put under sufferance with, it is important for writers and bloggers like us to put into simple terms what changes the two are going to bring about in terms of…
With rising levels of debt casting a series financial shadow over young people's lives, the latest increase to student loan interest rates is more than a concern and begs the question, is going to Uni these days really worth the time or money? An increase in inflation, exacerbated by the pound’s Brexit slide, means students will now pay more while…
As a student these days, you’d be forgiven for thinking that the university system isn’t fair anymore. Let’s face it, leaving with a hefty debt to the tune of £44,000 you’ll no doubt be wondering how on earth you can start to make inroads and repay it. Lightbulb moment; get a job. That’s why you went to Uni in the…
Students are good for our country. Whether you agree with this statement or not, you've got to admit they bring a wealth to our towns and cities. They bring cultural differences that enlighten areas, they bring a wealth of knowledge and they also help local economies by working and spending money in shops and using public transport. As well as…
As a nation it is probably one of our biggest outgoings. Food. You will know exactly what we're talking about if you have a large family. You spend hundreds on a food shop, you come home and within a couple of days the kids have eaten everything that you 'stocked up' within a matter of two days. It's frustrating and…
It appears that more and more students are looking into the idea of taking a gap year and/or taking time out for travelling during the course of their studies as graduate jobs and the likelihood of getting a job quickly becomes ever more scarce. Many students see the saturated jobs market and the tough employment times as the ideal time…
Sunday, 19 March 2017 18:51

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Our PM, Theresa May said last year, that “there is no more important place to start than education”. She wants to encourage parents to look ahead to a land of promised opportunity, apparently! There is so much that hangs on the delivery of these promises of a higher priority for children's prospects – but the reality is a far cry…
It has been talked about a lot lately, university students not paying their student loans back. There are many reasons for this, namely the fact that the threshold for repayments keeps going higher meaning the students never actually earn enough to begin making repayments. Another aspect to this story though is the impact that European students are having with regards…
We’re not too sure who is the most stupid – the Government or universities as it’s hard to see how students and graduates will be the beneficiaries of their latest educational ‘visions’... Let us explain… Universities may soon offer two-year degrees charging eye-watering annual fees of £14,000 a year under new government plans. They are arguing that students would have…
That’s right, smash up your piggy banks, stick your hands down the back of the sofa and crack open that bottle of change you’ve been stockpiling for a rainy day. Why you may well ask? Because, when the current £1 coin goes out of circulation later this year us Brit’s are set to lose £1.1 billion in forgotten spare change…
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