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Beschreibung

Your guide to financing a university education

Navigating the intricacies of financing a UK education can make even the most composed parents and students lose their cool, Luckily, Student Financing For Dummies helps take some of the pain out of the struggle and offers everything you need-in one place-to put a money management plan in place and finance a university education, Packed with accessible guidance from authors throughout the UK who work with students and policy experts, it provides unique, sound and detailed financial advice to help students and their families manage money while at school,

Taking the guesswork out of the student-finance process and saving you countless hours of searching on the Internet, this friendly, plain-English guide helps you navigate applying for student finance, student loans and grants, makes sense of subject-specific income like the NHS, Teacher Training and Social Work and more, And after the money is in place, you'll discover how to establish a financial plan to make sure the money lasts-from term to term and through the entire time at uni,

  • Covers student finance in England, Wales, Scotland and Northern Ireland
  • Provides all the options for obtaining finance, loans and more
  • Gives students and parents tips on which credit options to watch out for
  • Offers expert advice on ongoing student finance support, managing income and expenditure and working during study

Take the worry out of financing your education and focus on your studies with the help of Student Finance For Dummies,

Phil Davis is Head of Student Advice & Learning Development at Bishop Grosseteste University and former Chairperson of the National Association of Student Money Advisers (NASMA), Has worked in Higher Education student services for 15 years,

Autorentext

Phil Davis is Head of Student Advice & Learning Development at Bishop Grosseteste University and former Chairperson of the National Association of Student Money Advisers (NASMA). Has worked in Higher Education student services for 15 years.

Klappentext

Learn to:

  • Navigate the maze of university and college funding
  • Discover the best way to apply for student loans
  • Identify which grants you could claim
  • Make your money go further while studying

Your no-nonsense guide to financing a university education

Taking the guesswork out of the student-finance process and saving you countless hours of searching on the Internet. This friendly guide offers everything you need to put a money management plan in place and finance a university education. Now, get ready to take the worry out of finances so you can focus on your studies!

  • Put the pounds in place find out how a little planning goes a long way, follow a timeline and look ahead to university days
  • Know your options determine your eligibility for government funds, finance your tuition fees and living costs and start filling in those application forms
  • Discover more sources find financing through scholarships, discretionary funds, bursaries, educational trusts and charities
  • Tighten those purse strings once you're at university, turn to helpful guidance on budgeting, tips to reduce spending on essentials and maximizing your income

Open the book and find:

  • Who needs student finance
  • What you have to pay back, and when
  • Why grants are even better than loans
  • Guidance on turning to the banks for loans
  • How student finance and welfare benefits work
  • What to do about good and bad credit
  • Dos and don'ts when applying for student finance
  • Tips to help make your money last


Zusammenfassung
Your guide to financing a university education

Navigating the intricacies of financing a UK education can make even the most composed parents and students lose their cool. Luckily, Student Financing For Dummies helps take some of the pain out of the struggle and offers everything you needin one placeto put a money management plan in place and finance a university education. Packed with accessible guidance from authors throughout the UK who work with students and policy experts, it provides unique, sound and detailed financial advice to help students and their families manage money while at school.

Taking the guesswork out of the student-finance process and saving you countless hours of searching on the Internet, this friendly, plain-English guide helps you navigate applying for student finance, student loans and grants, makes sense of subject-specific income like the NHS, Teacher Training and Social Work and more. And after the money is in place, you'll discover how to establish a financial plan to make sure the money lastsfrom term to term and through the entire time at uni.

  • Covers student finance in England, Wales, Scotland and Northern Ireland
  • Provides all the options for obtaining finance, loans and more
  • Gives students and parents tips on which credit options to watch out for
  • Offers expert advice on ongoing student finance support, managing income and expenditure and working during study

Take the worry out of financing your education and focus on your studies with the help of Student Finance For Dummies.

Inhalt

Introduction 1

Part I: Wading into the Funding Pool 7

Chapter 1: Who Needs Student Finance? 9

Chapter 2: Putting the Pounds in Place: Planning 27

Part II: Applying for Government (Statutory) Funds 43

Chapter 3: Taking the First Steps 45

Chapter 4: Filling it in: The Application in Detail 73

Chapter 5: Exploring Student Loans 107

Chapter 6: Being Granted a Grant 125

Part III: Government Funds for Specific Students 141

Chapter 7: Turning to the NHS 143

Chapter 8: Teachers Needed, Funds Available! 157

Chapter 9: Finding Funds for Social Work 165

Chapter 10: Financing Studies After Your First Qualification 173

Part IV: Finding Financing from Other (Non-Statutory) Sources 187

Chapter 11: Finance From Universities 189

Chapter 12: Trying Out Educational Trusts and Charities 203

Chapter 13: Professional and Career Development Loans 215

Chapter 14: Students and the Welfare System 221

Part V: Managing Money and Maximising Income?@at University 243

Chapter 15: Getting to Know Your Money 245

Chapter 16: Making the Most of Your Money 261

Chapter 17: Maximising Your Income 283

Chapter 18: The Credit Chapter (You knew it was coming .?@.?@.) 295

Part VI: The Part of Tens 315

Chapter 19: Ten Do's and Don'ts when Applying for Student Finance 317

Chapter 20: Ten Tips to Make Your Money Last 327

Chapter 21: Ten Myths About Student Finance 337

Index 345

Produktinformationen

Titel: Student Finance For Dummies - UK
Autor:
EAN: 9781119075875
ISBN: 978-1-119-07587-5
Digitaler Kopierschutz: Adobe-DRM
Format: E-Book (pdf)
Herausgeber: For Dummies
Genre: Pädagogik
Anzahl Seiten: 384
Veröffentlichung: 21.12.2015
Jahr: 2015
Untertitel: Englisch
Dateigrösse: 10.0 MB