Our resources section should help you understand the changes to student finance and the cost of higher education in 2013. This section is aimed at prospective students, parents, teachers and careers advisers.
In addition to our own resources, there are many other useful sources of information on student finance. Here are some of them:
Get an idea of what you’ll pay back and for how long using the repayment calculator by adjusting the tuition fee level, maintenance loan level and likely starting salary. If you play about with different amounts, you can see how much you can earn before you're likely to pay back the full loan.
Student Finance Guide
Understand the true cost of full-time higher education study in England by downloading this PDF guide (PDF 2MB).
Student Finance England
Official information provided by Student Finance England, including information on grants, bursaries and loans. Also see their Facebook page for live weekly Q&A sessions.
Student Finance Calculator
Provides you with an estimate of how much financial support you could receive including student loans and grants; as well as scholarships and bursaries from your place of study.
Savings and discounts for students.
Student Money Saving Board
Forum for students to discuss money advice and tips on MoneySavingExpert.com – ask your questions and share your tips with others.
The Student Room: Money and Finance
Topics specifically on money and finance issues.
How to be a student
A series of articles and guides from The Guardian on being a student and coping with student life.
National Union of Students (NUS) Advice
Advice on studying, lifestyle, money, careers, housing and more.
The Student Room
A place to chat and engage with other students on a range of topics and issues.
Please note that while we share links to other websites here, we cannot be held responsible for the content or accuracy of content provided on those sites.