6 Ways to Quickly Cut Your Spending

Student Budgeting

You’re probably discovering that the student lifestyle isn’t easy on your bank account. Yes, you get a big lump sum every few months, but that has to pay for your accommodation, your food, and (of course) those all-important nights out. Most students have to pick up some part-time work on the side to keep up with all of the socialising – but that’s what uni life is all about, right?

Fortunately, there are a few simple changes that you can make to ensure that your hard-earned cash is being spent on the things that you love rather than solely on the things that you need.

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10 Reasons to Study in… Cambridge

Cambridge river

Trying to decide which town or city to study in isn’t easy. With so many options, where do you even begin? To make life a little easier for you, we’ve put together 10 reasons why you should choose Cambridge.

  1. It has a rich academic history

Does the idea of walking in the footsteps of one of THE greatest scientists the world has ever known appeal to you? If so, a visit to the grounds of Trinity College Cambridge is a must. Sir Isaac Newton spent his entire academic life at the college, and carried out most of his experiments here. We can’t promise you’ll be as successful as him in your uni career, but you never know…

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Applying to University: The Ultimate Guide for Sixth Form Students



Everything you’ve heard about applying to university might just be right. From choosing the right course and editing the 12th draft of your personal statement to navigating the world of UCAS, it’s a stressful time for applicants.

And, with an application deadline of 15th January approaching for most undergraduate courses the process will seem a little more real every day. It has a way of looming, doesn’t it? Read the rest of this article