National Student Money Week, 10 February - 6 March 2014
30 January 2014
Our Student Affairs team are running a variety of events to help you get to grips with your finances – see below for some examples.
For more information about NSMW or to book your one-to-one budgeting session, email us at [email protected] or call us on extension 66080.
Date/time: every Monday for the 4 weeks of NSMW (10, 17, 24 February and 3 March)
Venue: 1st floor, 101 New Cavendish Street
One-to-one budgeting sessions with a Student Adviser. You can discuss your income and spending, plus any debt issues you may have, or just find out how to manage your money better while you are at university.
Date/time: Wednesday 12 February
Venue: Main foyer, 115 New Cavendish Street
We'll be there with taste tests - see if you can try taste the difference between big name brands and supermarket own foods, wealth checks and freebies.
Date/time: Thursday 20 February, 12pm
Venue: Room FG02, Harrow Campus
Laura Wood, the University Financial Capability Adviser, will be running a fun 30-minute workshop on managing your money. Pizza and soft drinks will be available.
Part-time work stall
Date/time/venue: Tuesday 18 February, 12-2pm, in the main foyer at 115 New Cavendish Street/Thursday 27 February, 12-2pm, at the Forum in our Harrow Campus
Find out from our Career Development Centre about getting a part-time job, paying tax or national insurance, and what your rights are as an international student working in the UK.
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