Apprenticeships play a crucial role in bridging the skills gap and offering individuals the opportunity to gain hands-on experience in their chosen field while earning a wage. One important aspect to consider when pursuing an apprenticeship is the minimum wage.
Money & Finance
From saving hacks to part-time gigs, student bank accounts, student loans plus everything in between. Our money and finance guides will empower you to make informed financial decisions.
Need learner driver insurance? Rather than adding yourself as a named driver on a parent’s car and paying for full insurance, you can simply pay for what you need.
Are you thinking about doing a postgraduate course? Did you know the government is now offering up to £10,280 in loans for those wanting to continue their studies and expand their knowledge with further learning experiences?
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_Student debt._ The two words that everyone dreads. But does it have to be that way? Advisers call this ‘good debt’ and as long as you stick as close as possible to that side then everything will be okay.
With maintenance grants gone and tuition fees rising to over £9,000, it’s getting harder and harder for students to make ends meet while at university. We’ve put together some top tips to help you save money!
Here are a few realistic tips on how to get the most out of your student loan, whilst investing in yourself and keeping track of your spending habits. After all, there is no better investment than in yourself, right?
Chances are, your time as a student or recent graduate won’t be the most luxurious. Seeing your bank balance in the black is a rare privilege, and you probably find yourself teetering on the edge of your overdraft allowance more often than you’d like.
As an apprentice, you may be curious about the number of paid holidays you're entitled to.