Is student debt as bad as it sounds? Radio 1 Newsbeat's teamed up with BBC Reality Check to look into how much of an impact student loans have on life after university. Read the full article here.
What if you could make tiny changes to your student life that would make a big difference to your cash flow? Read the full article on Guardian Students here.
Students are facing debts rising to more than £50,000 when they leave university. The poorest will owe around £57,000 when they graduate, according to the Institute for Fiscal Studies (IFS). Interest rates on student loans will be 6.1% from September 2017, and tuition fees are also rising to £9,250. It means that, on average, students … Continue reading The brother and sister with a £15,000 student debt gap
An expert panel took a constructive look at the state of nursing in the UK. Here are the best bits of the discussion. Click here to read the full article on The Guardian here.
The TV judge on his student days, Judge Judy, and his advice to wannabe lawyers. Click here to read the full interview with Judge Rinder on Guardian Students.
Choose your flatmates well, chat with current tenants and don’t let landlords pressure you into signing anything too soon. Read the full article on Guardian Students here.
Psychologists have found that young people start showing stress symptoms within minutes of being separated from their phones. Read the full article on BBC Newsbeat here.
What’s your ideal city to study in? University experts QS have released their annual student cities rankings, based on criteria including affordability, student experience, job prospects and friendliness to international students. View the full list on Guardian Students here.
A roundup of the top stories which affected students in 2016. Read the full article on the Guardian here.
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