Going to university is a life-changing experience for students, which offers a wide range of personal, financial and other lifelong benefits. If your son or daughter is thinking about university, it is important for you to understand why a degree is worth the investment.
Choosing to go to university isn’t a decision that just impacts the student, it also impacts their family, particularly their parents.Read More
Parents and guardians play an important part in the university application process by not only providing a sounding board and moral support, but in many cases by supporting their child’s application for student finance.Read More
Deciding whether to send your child to university is a difficult thing, particularly if your son or daughter doesn’t have a set career that requires a degree in mind. With the rise in tuition fees in 2012 and the changes made to maintenance grants and loans in 2016, it’s no surprise that students and their parents are seriously weighing up the benefits of university before they enrol on a course.Read More
A university open day is an excellent chance for prospective students to see beyond the glossy brochures and flashy websites that universities have. It’s also their chance to get a real feel for the place and could help them decide which university to apply for or attend.Read More
Sending your child off to university can be a stressful time for a parent, particularly if you’re concerned about the debt they’re getting themselves into paying for tuition fees, accommodation, and other living costs associated with going to university.Read More
Sending your child off to university is a daunting time, particularly if this is the first of your children to go to university. It’s only natural that you’ll have a lot of questions and you’ll want to know that your child is going to be safe, happy, and have enough money to survive during their three or four years at university.Read More
Going to university is a daunting time for students but it can also be a daunting time for their parents, particularly if they didn’t go to university themselves.Read More