If you were to lose your phone in this day and age, how different would your life be? Would you know how to survive without a phone? We’ve put together our top survival tips.
No matter how many preventative measures we take, we will always face a certain amount of risk in our day to day lives. To help you stay safe on the roads, we’ve shared some of our research into the most dangerous day of the year for drivers.
Freshers’ week is a major event for many students. If you're going to uni this year, find out more about insuring your phone with our top freshers’ week phone fails.
Before you leave uni, there are a few things you may find useful to know now you’ve graduated and are looking for your first full time job. From graduate schemes to student loans, here are the 10 things no-one tells you about leaving uni.
Moving back in with parents after uni can be a great opportunity to take stock of your life, and your finances. To help ease your transition, we’ve pulled together some simple tips for moving back in with your parents.
Summer is finally here, which can only mean one thing - festival season is finally upon us! Good music, great friends and plenty of sunshine, a weekend at a festival can be exactly what you need to get you through to Christmas. Read our festival survival guide to make sure you get the most out of your ticket!
In light of the recent changes to the repayment threshold for student loans in the UK, we’ve pulled together a guide to help you understand the student loan process, as well as what you might need to consider when applying for your loan.
Many universities across the country are trying to decrease their carbon footprint by encouraging students to car share or partake in ‘take-a-mate’ schemes when travelling to uni each day. Not only is it better for the environment, but it’ll work out cheaper for students looking to save a few pennies.
Unsure on whether to take a gap year? We've got you covered. From finances, to travel destinations, this student gap year guide covers off all of the things you’ll need to consider when deciding whether or not to take a gap year, as well as some of the options available to you should you decide to take one.
Apart from deciding who your housemates are going to be, there are a few other things to think about when you move out of halls for the first time. Read our top tips, designed to help you out when it’s time to start looking for your own flat or student house.
Our research shows that 25% of students that paid a deposit for their student accommodation received deductions from the amount at the end of the tenancy. With this in mind, we’ve pulled together some easy ways to protect your tenancy deposit, both before and during the tenancy.
According to our research, young Brits don’t really turn into official ‘adults’ until the age of 25, six years after legal adulthood! If you’re ready and raring to enter into your next life phase, here are our top ten tips to prove you’re officially an ‘adult.’
Moving into your first house share can be a daunting prospect, but it also comes with a huge sense of accomplishment and independence. To help you settle into your new home, we’ve pulled together a few house share hacks that may come in handy.
In every student house, there’s that one housemate that always seems to be off on their next adventure. If you think you might be the adventurous housemate, here are five ways to know for sure.
Here are some of the top places to hide out at uni so you can take a well-deserved, uninterrupted break.
If you’re unsure whether you’re the chilled one in your student house, here are five tell-tale signs.
Even in the calmest of student houses, there will always be the odd occasion when an argument breaks out amongst your housemates. Here are some tips for solving disagreements in your student house.
The cost of going to university is more than just tuition fees. If things are feeling a little tight, or you just want some extra spending money, a part time job can ease some of the financial pressure.