Money and University

Got your A level results? Already at uni? Graduate and want to add your thoughts?

As promised I’ve put together a further two vidoes about going to university, specifically this time about money. These are just ideas from my own experience and how I saw people doing things.

Part 1 


 If you’re having trouble viewing the embeded version, follow this link to watch it over on YouTube.

Part 2


 You can also hop over to YouTube to watch this by using this handy link.

Feel free to add uni/money tips below or ask any questions if you’re in need of help.

TTFN,
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P.S. Good luck at uni.

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El aka A Thrifty Mrs is a freelance journalist and founder of athriftymrs.com When not sharing thrifty tips and the best of British sales she enjoys trash TV, mooching around charity shops and trying out every mascara on the market.

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Comments

  1. I am absolutely LOVING this idea, you’re the perfect lady to do these videos :) Thanks so much!

    Sophierosehearts x

  2. This is really helpful! Im starting my second year in September and really want to start being more responsible and saving a little for when I leave :)

    Makeup for Biochemists

    xx

  3. this is os helpful… for me (starting UNI next year… hopefully) and my cousin starting this year! thanks so much for you tips and advice xx

  4. I too went to university 10 years ago. I wish I had your advice as a 19 year old! I was a bit foolish with dosh back then, even though I worked throughout university. I had store cards for high st clothes shops and I would never ever do that now. Having credit as a student is a big no no. It took me a few years after graduating to get back to square one.

    However, I did have a job in Starbucks as a student and you got free unlimited coffee. It’s good to find a job with perks or freebies. My Grandad used to send me £5 every now and then for a ‘beer and burger’ :) My mum used to send me jay cloths in the post!

    Love your vlogs :)

    Claire

  5. Oh! I know you! You were on SuperScrimpers!

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