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Our Outreach Guide to Student Finance includes information, resources and engaging activities to help you learn more about money matters and student finance.

Like other universities across the country, throughout February 2021 we'll be participating in National Student Money Week and sharing lots of advice and guidance about managing your finance at university and signposting you to useful resources.

In Conversation with...

Our HE Advisers Helen and Zoe chat about all things finance related over a cuppa.  They answer commonly asked finance questions, play a shopping game and give some great tips on how to make your money go further. Watch their video on YouTube via this link.

Activities & Resources

Our Student Finance Activity Sheet includes a guided research task about student finance support at univeristy and a budgeting task covering shopping for essentials.

Take the stress out of applying for student finance with our step-by-step Students' Guide to Applying for Student Finance.

Read our National Student Money Week Blog to find out how to get access to the tools to get financially ready for university life. As part of the financial support available at the University of Chester, our current students have free access to the financial education platform Blackbullion, and prospective students can benefit too!

We've also compiled our Top Tips for Student Budgeting, where you'll find ten simple tips to help manage your money!

Ask Us Your Questions...

Visit our Student Finance Padlet, an interactive notice board where you can post your questions for our team to answer and see what others are finding out about. Whether you're a student, parent/carer or teacher/advisor if you're wondering about something, no doubt lots of others are too so pop a note on the page and find out more.

Chat to us on Unibuddy - Our HE Advisers are available Monday-Friday between 9.00am and 17:00 (GMT) to answer any questions you might have about student money matters as well as any other higher education queries you might have.