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This National Student Money Week, as well as hosting our own events, we’ve partnered with Blackbullion, the financial education platform for students, to give our students and prospective students the tools they need to get financially ready for uni, and to weather any financial storms that might come their way.

Partnership with Blackbullion

As part of the financial support available at the University of Chester, our current students already have free access to Blackbullion’s resources but we wanted to let our prospective students know how they can also benefit from our partnership.

The first thing you’ll need to do is register with Blackbullion for an account. When you register, just let them know what stage you’re at in your application (it doesn’t matter if you haven’t even started yet!) and let them know that you’re considering the University of Chester.

Once you’ve set up your account, you’ll have access to loads of resources, including a budget calculator, an easy-to-follow guide to fees and funding, tips for budgeting, insurance advice and more.

As part of National Student Money Week, Blackbullion are also running a number of free digital events that you can sign up to now:

23rd February – Financial wellbeing in COVID times.

25th February – Building financial resilience for all (and any) time.

Sign up to the free webinars.

University of Chester Events

Join us on 25th February for our Advice and Guidance event. Our HE advisors, including finance specialists, will be on hand to answer all of your questions about becoming a student at the University of Chester. Sign up here.Our HE Advisors will be sharing their wealth of experience and knowledge throughout February.

Sign up to our Advice and Guidance Event

Keep an eye on our Money Matters pages through February for budgeting and money management tips and the latest issue of Student Money Matters, as well as resources for prospective students and their parents and carers. We’ll be adding to the page throughout the month!

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