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Money Confessions: the peer-to-peer student campaign

Learn about Money Confessions, the peer-to-peer student campaign to help students learn from each others’ money mistakes and win prizes.

“For students, understanding money is as important for their wellbeing as understanding consent or mental health”

Dr Dom Thompson shares how understanding money is as important for students’ wellbeing as understanding consent or mental health and ways universities can help.

Student Festival of Financial Wellbeing 2022 summary

Summary of the first Student Festival of Financial Wellbeing, including everything that happened during the festival and what participating students thought.

Student money and wellbeing; behind the numbers of the new Blackbullion research

Lynne Condell MBE reviews the findings from the Student Money & Wellbeing 2022 report and comments on what they mean for students and the HE sector as a whole.

Student finance changes & Augar response: what you need to know

The government's response to the Augar review announces changes to the student finance system. Here's what you need to know.

How to help students find paid work

Ideas to help support staff assist students when they’re searching and applying for jobs, both alongside their studies and after graduation.

Student Futures Manifesto for bright times ahead

A look at the main points from the UPP Foundation’s ‘Student Futures Manifesto’ and welcoming the findings alongside our own work and vision.

5 ways to help students be financially prepared for university

Five suggestions for ways to help students be more financially prepared for university, before they even arrive on campus.

Money and financial wellbeing; a whole university approach

Lynne Condell MBE looks at how a whole-institution approach will help universities and colleges address student worries about money and prioritise financial wellbeing.