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National Student Money Week is an annual campaign created by the National Association of Student Money Advisers to raise awareness about the money advice and support available to students at University and beyond.
This year it will take place from 22-26 February with a theme of ‘Expect the Unexpected – Financial Planning for a Rainy Day’.
The St George’s Student Services team are always keen to hear from any students who would like money advice, information or who are seeking additional financial support. We have lots of information available on the our webpages and you can contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Our student hardship and student experience funds are also open for applications. The application forms and guidance notes are available to students online and we encourage everyone to have a look at the support we have available.
During National Student Money Week there will be extra resources available on their website and virtual events for students running in conjunction with Blackbullion.
Learn about assessing your current financial situation and setting financial goals.
23 February 2021
Learn about budgeting, saving and getting out of debt.
25 February 2021
Blackbullion will be running a 3-day email learning bootcamp. Learn all about building an emergency pot, insurance and lots of other essentials.
All students who complete the 3-day email bootcamp will be entered into a prize draw for:
Subscribe to the email bootcamp here
Download a free e-book for all the financial planning strategies you will need for a rainy day.
We really hope that you enjoy and get a lot out of the National Student Money Week activities and resources.
If you have any questions or would like advice about potential additional financial support, please don’t hesitate to get in touch with our Student Finance Advisers at email@example.com. We look forward to hearing from you.
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