A guide to help you make a decision about starting uni in 2020
Advice from UCAS and The Student Room on how to research universities from the comfort of your home.
Before you submit your UCAS application, take some time to bedazzle your personal statement to help it stand out from the crowd.
How do tuition fees work? Can I get a grant? When do I have to pay my loan back? Find out the answers to all these questions and more...
A year out can be very appealing, but it’s important to make that time count. Read our tips on how to make the most of it.
From applying for a job to university interviews, the Mind Set coaches give their best application and interview tips.
The Mind Set coaches explain how they accessed funding to go to university.
Annaleigh Wynn grew up in a community where university wasn't a given, but she overcame the odds. She tells us how and what she learnt from the experience.
Rachel and Mike help Timothy with some tips, tricks and party food to help him celebrate his 21st birthday party.
A key skill to master when living independently is cooking! Find out how to progress from blunder to brilliance in the kitchen using BBC Food and YouTube to help.
Ibz helps Sidal spend less on the things she doesn’t need, and save for those all-important social occasions
Mike and Rachel help film-lover Ethan to build a home cinema so he can enjoy a film night with friends on the cheap
Five practical top tips to help you make it work when you start living on your own.
Ibz and Rachel help Jahmelle keep fit with cheap exercise alternatives and healthy energy snacks.
Shopping well on a budget is a skill. Kristy has mastered it and shares her tips for a successful shop.
One of the best things about living independently is making your space your own. Here are some tips on how to do this - on a budget.
Abi and Jax talk about what they've learnt from living independently after being homeless, and offer their top tips to surviving and thriving.
Moving out by yourself for the first time can be a little bit scary. Nicole offers some tips to make that first step a little bit easier.
Keir needs help controlling his impulse spending. Money expert Iona Bain offers him some tough love!