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Emotional worries - Money

With abolition of grants and introduction of tuition fees, most students are stretched - particularly if students are paying tuition fees out of the loan. Around 42% of full time students have a part time job and many institutions now have their own ‘job centre’ with details of employers who specifically want student staff. The jobs can be a way of earning extra cash, as well as building up experience on your CV. It can get difficult to juggle work and study, as well as managing your finances. Every institution will have a finance advisor who will give impartial, confidential help and advice on what to do.

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Avoid amassing credit card debts - the interest rates can be extortionate!

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