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Stuck at home with no job, rent payments mounting up and online deliveries burning a hole in your pocket, you’re probably counting the pennies right now.
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Most students will suffer through the second half of each term, taking on that last month armed with just a fiver. Don’t be this student. Instead, be smart.
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If there’s one thing students are notoriously bad at, it’s saving money. From rent to utilities, nights out to food shops, university is an expensive experience.
How to Save Some Pennies This Autumn
With Christmas well on the way and the semester steadily draining your bank account, you’re probably counting every penny until your next loan payment.
Skint? Here’s how to get a job at uni
Revelling in freedom and more cash than you’ve ever had in your life. Spending a few quid here and a few quid there. It’s not that much, is it?
The Student Hut Guide To: Insurance
Around a third of students have been the victims of some kind of robberies during their time at uni. Here's a few handy tips on how you can protect your possessions without breaking the bank!
Millennial? Can’t choose a career? Here’s why.
Millennials and Generation Z are rewriting a working culture once based on work-hard, play-hard with scroll-hard, dream-hard. The unappealing resignation to a path that promises neither riches or fame is leading to a wave of young people either paralysed in their decision to choose a career or dissatisfied in their chosen occupation. Here’s how to make the right choice for you.
Life As An Intern

Life As An Intern

30 August 2018
If you’re looking to make yourself highly employable by the time you graduate, internships are a fantastic way to gain experience in specific sectors or with specific companies. Here are some great tips on what to expect as an intern, and how to get maximum value out of your internship!
Tips and Tricks for Studying a Masters
What to do after your undergraduate degree is a question students often get asked, but do we really know the answer to it? Finding a job or going on (another) gap year are both viable and perfectly great options, but what about further study?
5 Things I Learnt When Applying for Summer Projects
A summer project is a period spent gaining useful and valuable skills for your university or graduate career. These can be in many fields – from engineering to linguistics, and can even be done abroad.