Student Finance

How to claim compensation from your university

How to claim compensation from your university This step-by-step guide will equip you with the knowledge, tools and courage to complain about poor service and perhaps claiming compensation.

Student finance for Northern Irish students

Student finance for Northern Irish students The lowdown on everything you need to know about the student finance system for NI students, whether attending university in Northern Ireland or England.

UK tuition fees for international students

UK tuition fees for international students Knowing where to study is one of biggest dilemmas international students face when making their decision to study abroad. This [...]

Guide to student finance for Scottish students

Guide to student finance for Scottish students We take a look at what Scottish students are entitled to for student finance, whether studying at home or in England.

Guide to student finance for Welsh students

Guide to student finance for Welsh students Everything you need to know about Welsh student finance, whether you're attending university in Wales or in England.

A guide to UK tuition fees for EU students

A guide to UK tuition fees for EU students A guide for EU Students, EEA members and Children of Turkish workers all about the UK student finance system.

Should you get into a sweat about student loan debt?

Should you get into a sweat about student loan debt? John takes a look at different types of debt in order to see if the debt incurred from a student loan is as bad as

Student bursary and scholarship sources

Student bursary and scholarship sources Find out where to look for bursaries, scholarships and rewards to help with your student finance.

Applying for student finance 2014/15

Applying for student finance 2014/15 Understand the student finance application process and don't miss the all important deadlines for this year.

Which universities are raising tuition fees in 2012?

Which universities are raising tuition fees in 2012? What's happening with the rise in tuition fees so far, who's announced they intend to charge the full £9000 and what this means to you.