Student Survival Tips: Things Are Changing

I’ve been sharing content at Student Survival Tips for four years now. Over that time, I’ve tried to offer something in different parts of student life, from student budgets to socialising to studying and everything in between. It’s difficult at times. Some people want help with their finances and making money, while others are more Read More …

Things to Buy Once You’re at University

There are just one or two months for students before they go back to university. If this is your fresher year, you’ll want to get yourself ready as soon as possible. You’ll need to make sure you have your kitchen items, the right clothing, books, laptops, and more. While you’ll spend time now buying items, Read More …

Student Money Tips: Using Your First Credit Card

When I was a student, I got my first credit card. Actually, I ended up with two credit cards and one of them just because I wanted the blow up chair that came with it! At the time I had very little understanding about credit cards and if I could do it again…well, I’d still Read More …

6 Tips to Get Your Bank Balance in Order for Next Year

The new year for university is going to start soon. Depending on the part of the UK you live in, you will likely have one to two months left of the summer holidays. This is the time to start thinking about planning for next year. Of course money is always the forefront of all students’ Read More …

When’s the Right Time to Think About University?

Are you going to university after the summer? When did you start thinking about your course choices or the university you would go to? Maybe you’re going into your last year of high school or you’re taking a gap year. When is the right time to think about university? For me, it wasn’t until my Read More …

Take a Gap Year: Gain Experience and Money for University

Students around the country are looking for ideas for next year. Should they go to university, go into work, or take a gap year? One of the things that I partially wish I did was take a gap year. A gap year is usually a break between graduating high school and going into your first Read More …

5 Tips to Prepare for University Next Year

It may only be the start of the summer holidays, but now is the perfect time to prepare for university next year. New university student or returning student? There are a few steps that you can take right now, so you’re not rushing around at the end of August/September. Here are five tips to prepare Read More …

5 Job Interview Mistakes to Avoid to Get the Job

May/June is when many students start to look towards the future. Some will look for part-time jobs in the summer, while others want a graduate position now they’ve completed their degree. In some cases, you want a part-time job while studying as your first year of university was more costly than you thought. Well, you Read More …

Distance Learning Online Courses: The Pros and Cons

What if I told you that you could studying your course, work full-time, and raise a family all at the same time? It sounds too good to be true and like a dream, but it really is possible. I’ve done it and so have tens of thousand other students in the UK alone. Let’s not Read More …