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Top tips for students

Top tips for students

Category: Students

Updated: 06/09/2013
First Published: 06/09/2013

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Find out how to choose the best student bank account for your individual circumstances, as well as how to fund your studies without getting into too much debt.

Choose the right student bank account

With so many student bank accounts to choose from, make sure you pick the right one for your circumstances.

Remember, don't be swayed by the freebies on offer; having enough money during your years at university is probably more important.

Read our guide to:

Finding the best bank account

How to fund your studies

If approached in the right manner, student debt is easy to manage.

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How to fund your course without getting into unnecessary debt

The best student bank accounts

Handling finances responsibly whilst living on tight budgets and keeping up with social and educational costs, often while living away from home, can be a daunting prospect. But with the right level of budgeting, juggling such matters can be stress free.

A range of current accounts are offered specifically to students, offering competitive interest-free overdrafts, with a handful also including attractive offers and incentives.

Find out:

Which banks offer the top current accounts

Just graduated? What happens now?

If you've just graduated from university.

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Just graduated? What to do next...

What Next?

Looking for more financial information check out our full range of guides

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