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Helping students prepare for life beyond university

Suggestions to support university and college staff in helping students prepare financially for life beyond their studies.

What’s going on with the economy?

An overview of what's going on with the economy and why, with suggestions for ways that staff can navigate this period personally, as well as support students' financial wellbeing.

Content creation: ways to make money online and how staff can support students

How students are using online content creation to try to make money and how staff can support them, covering the benefits, considerations and potential risks.

Student Q&A: How can universities best support students with financial wellbeing?

University students Aelesia, Danielle and Suzette share their views on how universities can best support students with financial wellbeing.

10 insights from students on money management and fintech

Three students share 10 insights into how they are managing money and using fintech, to help university and college staff deepen their understanding of students' financial behaviour.

Supporting students with: Cryptocurrency

Everything support staff need to know about cryptocurrency - what it is, how it works and why young people are attracted to it, as well as the dangers for students and how staff can support students to use crypto safely.

Investing in financial education: the best student experience strategy

Ambar Ennis, Vice President for Community and Wellbeing at John Moores Students’ Union, looks at what the findings from Student Money & Wellbeing 2022 mean.

“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.