Bournemouth is a fantastic place to call home and there’s so much to do. Watch my vlog for my top tips of things to do under £10. From music nights to quiz nights and bowling, check out my best spots to go on a student budget.
Hi guys! I’m Malvika Shahi and I’m doing my Masters in Creative Writing and Publishing at Bournemouth University. One of the benefits of studying abroad is that you get the chance to explore a whole new country. When I came to study in the UK, I was adamant on exploring as much as I could…. Read more » about Explore UK on a Budget
Originally from Africa, Diane was delighted to discover Bournemouth was home to an African food restaurant. Watch her latest video to find out more about the student-friendly prices.
STUDENT FINANCE! One of the many god sends that helps us get through the year without going (too far) into our overdraft. Well, like most things in life there are pros and cons to everything, allow me to explain. Pro: the fact that you will have large sums of money in your account and can… Read more » about Mo’ Money, Mo’ Problems…!
This may not be the case for many prospective students, but for anyone undertaking postgrad studies before September 2016, there are no government loans or maintenance funding. This means for most of us the year is a serious investment. As well as eye watering tuition fees and accommodation costs, the day to day cost of… Read more » about Re-adapting to a student budget
Unless you’re Jessie J, the sad truth is that it is all too often about the money. Getting the most out of your university studies takes hard work and dedication, of course, but you won’t last beyond a month at university if you can’t budget and make your money go further. I had been earning… Read more » about Re-adapting to a student budget
“So, I have to pay my rent and bills, buy that book for my course and have money for going home… how am I going to do this?!” I am sure that at least one time in your university experience this thought will cross your mind, but budgeting is not something to be worried about…. Read more » about Budgeting – is it really that hard?