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Student Finance For Dummies by Phil Davis

A detailed financial guide to help UK students and their families manage money during their studies.

Wednesday, January 27, 2016 11:00 pm EST

January marks a return to studies for higher education students and the UCAS application deadline for many university hopefuls. For both students and their parents engaged in the university process, financing their studies is a key consideration.

Student Finance For Dummies provides detailed financial advice to help UK students and their families manage money during their studies. Written in friendly, plain-English, the book helps readers navigate applying for student finance, student loans and grants, and helps makes sense of subject-specific income for the NHS, teacher training and Social Work.

The book includes advice on financial planning so students can make sure their money lasts—from term to term and through the entire time at uni. It also offers tips on which credit options to watch out for and working during study.

Written by expert authors who work with students and policy experts in the UK, Student Finance For Dummies will help take the stress out of financing university education, to help students focus on their studies.


About the author 

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.

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