Mother's Day on a budget

Pia Neave

Whilst Christmas doesn’t feel that long ago, we’re now in March and that means Mother’s Day is fast approaching. To help you make your mum feel special this Mother’s Day, without breaking the bank, we’ve put together five top tips.

Love your gadgets

Jessie Morris

It’s difficult to imagine life without a smartphone, laptop or tablet; how would we keep in contact with friends and family or update our social media? We’ve put together our top tips to make sure your gadgets are protected at all times.

Save money this Valentines

Jessie Morris

After a long, cold month to start the New Year, love is in the air! We’ve put together five top tips on how you can save money this Valentine’s Day and make your other half feel special without spending a fortune.

Treat yourself this Valentines

Jessie Morris

Perhaps a singleton’s least favourite time of year, Valentine’s Day can come swooping in and soon the shops will be full of slushy cards this February. Fear not, there's plenty of ways to celebrate being single.

Deposits explained

Endsleigh

It’s important to understand what your deposit is for and what it covers, so we’ve included some frequently asked questions.

House viewing questions

Endsleigh

Moving into a shared house is exciting and nerve-wracking! We've put together some questions to ask when viewing a house to ensure you’re fully prepared.

Private housing covered

Endsleigh

To help you get on your way, we’ve created a list of some of the key things you’ll need to know about moving into a house.

What is an inventory?

Endsleigh

An inventory is a document which records the condition and contents of a property.

What will I be paying for?

Endsleigh

When looking for student houses, make sure you ask the letting agent or landlord plenty of questions before deciding on a potential new property.

Splitting the bills

Endsleigh

It’s a good idea to have the ‘money’ chat out of the way early on. Here we’ve covered some ideas on how you could split bills with housemates.

From halls to student house

Endsleigh

Now you’ve settled on who you want to live with and decided on how much you’re going to spend on rent and bills; the next step is to find somewhere to live.

Driving home for Christmas

Jessie Morris

You’ve submitted your final assignment, packed up your room and are heading home for a few weeks over the festive period. Before you set off, have you thought about your journey, here's five tips to keep you safe when driving this Christmas.

Going home this Christmas

Jessie Morris

Snow is falling, Mariah Carey is back on the radio and you’ve packed your bags ready to head home for Christmas. Before you go, take a moment to consider how safe your student property will be during the break.

Christmas on a budget

Jessie Morris

It’s the most wonderful time of the year, until you’ve got an empty piggybank to get you through to the end of January. Here's how you can save money without missing out on the Christmas spirit!

5 city breaks on a budget

Jessie Morris

Forget dreaming about flying away, grab your passport and check out these five cities you can visit even if you’re on a budget.

Living in halls

Olivia Hinkley

Before moving into university halls, you probably have an idea of what life in student accommodation will be like. Here are 5 things you might not expect about living in halls.

Your uni finances

Olivia Hinkley

University is one of the most exciting times of your life, but getting your head around your finances can seem daunting. Student, Olivia, run through her top tips!

Do I get a job at university?

Olivia Hinkley

Being a student can mean that you may be on a tight budget. A big question you might be facing is whether or not to take up a part-time job during your time at university. 2nd year Liv talks through the questions you should ask yourself.