In PSHE on March 11th Year 13 will be taking part in a finance presentation delivered by LJMU. Applications for Student Finance are expected to go live during this month and are made here. Helpful advice for parents can be found on the UCAS website here, and there is further advice about university and all things finance here.
On the 13th February LJMU are hosting an evening event about student money:
Thursday 13 February 2020
5.30pm to 7.00pm
John Lennon Art and Design Building, Duckinfield Street, Liverpool, L3 5RD We would like to invite all prospective Higher Education students and their parents or supporters to LJMU's annual Student Money Evening. The event is aimed anyone who is thinking about studying at University in 2020.
• How does Student Finance work?
• How and when to apply?
• What am I entitled to?
• What's the difference between a scholarship and a bursary?
• Am I eligible?
• How will I repay any students?
• What support is available to students who have children or other dependents?
Find out the answers to all these questions and more by attending a talk by Lynne Condell MBE, Manager of LJMU’s Money Advice Team, former Chair of the National Association of Student Money Advisers (NASMA). Refreshments available upon arrival and the talk will start at 6pm.
You will be able to ask our experts about student accommodation and disability support. | Speak to some of our current students about their money management tips
Places are free but booking is essential. Please register here.
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