Survey 'money survey 2016'
The views and ideas are reflected a wide range of students-and some results are quite shocking
You can put your seat belt on. It’s time to find out what students are
What’s on this page?
How does it feel to live in a student budget?
While no one expenses that the student budget will be a light train, we were Shocked to hear that 80% of the students are worth that they have enough money to get
We also found that money problems affect how (or not!) students eat and
-Worry about the money thought me
-I’m spending 20 pounds a week on food because I wouldn’t have enough weeks to buy my food for the whole year. It really means I don’t have enough money to buy food for a full week and have to
-I don’t get enough student loans
-I took the exam emotionally and mentally without proper proper. Student founding makes us feel
-My fancie roommate eats the foundation and haagen Daas while I stay with a loaf of bread in the ridge
One of the reason why many things are strong with money might be related to unladen budgeting skills: 1 out of 4 responses admitted that they had never laid-to the budget before their lives! It can also explain why
Service credit is not sufficient
The biggest financial issue for most students is that the service credit simply doesn’t stretch far enough
As the scale shows, the average student spends Â£ 790 a month (
Not surprisingly, the students we asked the overwhitening majority that the loan system successors. Most people say they need more money to help with the cost of living, and a more hand away way of asssing how much they get
How did the students make money?
First of all, where’s the money coming from? That’s what the students told us about sources of investment
Student loans may not be large enough, but it is still the first port of challenge for most, with 2 of 3 students addressing their parents to help jam. A similar working time in order to obtain
I wonder if there’s a gap between the number
On the other hand, there has been a signficant increase in the number of students
What about sing?
Almost half of our study says that they are turning to personal savings for support-but how many students have run out on a radio day?
The chart above shows a fairly image of the pre-war curators to offset the cost of training
Notable, but predictable, most of the students do not have safings at all to go back, but on average Â£ 475 in student savings accounts is not bad at all (and last year-133 pounds). While the average British citizen is reported to have more than 1,000 pounds, which were packed into a stings account, so it is still far below the national average!
More than half of the students interviewed
I used all my things to cover the cost of living this year, I had Â£ 1,500 before I went to the university with the summer work, and after communications because of the need to rent private, it was up to 30 pounds
Where are the students to turn into a cash crisis?
However, the service credit simply does not stretch far enough, unexpected accounts or expenses can be the main stressof for students
We wanted to know how students cope in an emergency: where do they turn when they desperately need quick cash?
The mother and father’s bank remains a solid lifeline, but this year we found that 1 out of 10 students will resort to gambling their body for cash. Both boviously bear their own risks-not to mention the emotional fall
We also found that even though parents are the best choice for cash
Parent top-ups are a complex question. The fact that the government is silent on student loans on how much the student’s parents make, given this
However, we all know that each family situation is different, and some parents are either unable or at least prepared to provide additional funds to their children
The question of whether part should be the bone for funds (or additional support) in general is a control issue with a massage split in the opinions of students caught in the Middle
It’s very difficult for me to ask my parents about extra finances, especially when the bullet of my spending goes to socialization and drinking
“ Althingough my parents ‘ total of 50, it does not mean that they can give me money for my living expenses, it would be better if the loans were based on a combination of partial, universal location (cost of living), university location (cost of living), the required performance hours and classes
-It is not to be expected that parents will continue to support their child through education after 18 years
I think the way students are loaded is completely unfair. I have a lot of friends that parents make in the highest brackets, but their overtaking are almost the same, which means they can’t give their kids as much money as they need to burn
I’m from a financially stable background and I have a family that can support me if I need help, unlike some of my close friends who their loan to support their family
The most shopping always are students
We asked the students to tell us the raisiest things they did to turn the tank into a university.Â Some of the money-makers were surprisingly ingenious, but other people would send be in danger of
-I ate a whole flower for 20 quid
-I ate a fish eye for a bet
-A date with the older lady
-Purchase of Uni grammar on eBay, and then sell back to the bookstore for profit
-Check the pound of coins left in supermarket bogies, and then check the carts into their storage point
For having done, I lost 50 pounds (very awkward)
-Ghost work of other students (I know it’s not ethical, but I have no other choice to pay for my own education, so, in fact, when I finish my degree, I will probably finish at least ten other degrees at the same time, gravity students, grave students, and even two full cancence of science)
-I let the guy take a Picture of my high heels, just heels, not even my foot, for 25 pounds
-Run online on adult webcams
I was offered a job as a professional company. All this included tea, dinner or dinner in a public place with people and a conversation with them. I had to dress in a very high standard dress, heels, jewelry, and so on and sit and talk to the client for about an hour or two. It was not about hands, hands, or kiss, or anything that conflicted proctitude. It was really just sitting there talking to those people who had no friends. I paid Â£ 200 for it once!
-Sell nitrous to your friends
-Selling my feet
Although this sounds like a joke to start, many students will turn to illegal transactions or sell their mates to get the money. because of rap songs and social networks, these actions have become common
What do students spend their money on?
This year, the average student spends Â£ 45 a month. The rental cost has grown, but
We also noticed that the average value of communication in society had decided: the students who cut on a drinking beer to make ends meet? “Inari, many students are not even able to cover the basic cost of the rent with their service credit, as prices have soared, while the loan reloaded relatiable statement.”
Although rents continue to be the biggest burden on students
The price of living for students is too high, I get a lot from my service and credit grant, and I only have 11 pods a week to live after I pay for rent
Do the students under their loans?
There has been a lot of confussion recently about the perched increase in the interest rate of student loans by the government, as well as the privation of loans (both of us
One thing is clear that the students simply do not know about the financial agreement they made when they received a student loan
I can’t believe we found more than 67%
Most people say that their reason for enturing into these agreements is that “everybody else is doing it” and that there is no “alternative” to student loans
I’m worried about the new terms of repayay the loans, I have no idea what’s true or if the changes touch me
The confusion and confusing have led students who live in fear to pay hard debts (not helping the media!). 7 out of 10 students say that they are ored that they will have to repay their loans, which in itself has long-term and based consequences
-The government with student loan overpayments. That’s the biggest wine I’ve got
-Tolly Shocked when I got a bill to finance student loans through a post-was a much greater interest in payment what I realized!
“ The main thing that writes me is that if the government can change the terms of our student loans, it will never be written off!
-I’m very grateful that I’ll never be able to pay the student loan back. I’ll be 100,000 pounds of debt by the time I grave and will only be interested in Â£ 3,000 /year
One of the important factors under all the confidence can be the education of young people on loans and studer–in fact, it is under-standable the most
So, what is the teacher, parents, and government can’t get young people from a financial point of view enough to handle the university?
Well, four out of five students claim to have started university
Moreover, only 1 in 5 of those who asked to give advice on money in a young man was easy to get. because of a pack of support, founding, or advice, or simply did not suffice refer to resources, this is the statistical data that is contained
-Financial education should be in the curriculum or at least teach a little in secondary schools! This will reduce the number of people coming out of the uni with debts, overdrafts, etc
-Schools should be better educated about how to handle money when a student leaves school and can get a loan that he has received for al-Shahl and nights, etc
-Universities should provide more financial assistance, given that we pay 9,000 pounds a year
-NO ONE’S PREPARING YOU FOR A STUDENT LIFE. No one explains financial support or where to go for it, and no one explanation how hard it is to get help!
Is the university a good value for money?
Naturally, we wanted to know about the real bottom line: is the university to spend?
It is eastoning that more than half of the responders said
“ I feel very strong that my degree was not worth the cost (Â£ 9,000). I ended the work in BA, where I was given a very small contact hour with lecturers, and I was very much left to work through my degree
-What’s the point of doing a degree? We will all end up with a job that we could get, not accounting for and study
-school feet are expensive. I pay the same amount (Â£ 9,000) a year for Ueque, which is neither academic, labour-intensive nor difficult, such as physical, pharmacy, legal. My degree is not worth Â£ 9,000
Thought about life after university
-I felt confidence about finding work after graduation, but since I’ve been addressing a mew, I’m more feeling about this
“ It is difficult to find work experience after the end, when many places expect you not to work for need accomodation or internships, but they cannot afford to take advantage of these fight money because of the fight against money
The average age expected from those interviewed was
You will also see a Shocking gap between men and women who expect to the first job after admission. According to our survey, female graduates
The worlding thing is that waiting for less can now now mean a bigger pay gap between men and women, once students get a foot in the careder-but only who is who have to report on what they earn or cost less?
Earlier this year, the government announced
Our Sunday showed that more than half of the current undergrads are likely to master a master’s degree. This may mean a great number of students who will be made in higher education, or this may mean that the competition for the place in the OE becomes much too!
In any case, it is great to see more students who have access to education beyond the baccaureate, but do not bad that the money troubles them
Even though the loans to Masters have been issued, they are simple not large enough, and I will always live in debt. Is this worth a better education? I’m less and less certain that every day
In the light of the results
The results speak for themselves: the students are hard. Not only are they thruggling to make ends meet, they are also frustrated by the conditions and conditions associated with the funds of students
The sad state of affairs, which some stuedents are turning into radical measures to make ends meet, but for the minority, there is little alternative. In this case, I would tell all students that if they have any problems with money, they need to contact their university union to support them
After three or more difficult years, gratuation does not always indicate the end of money, and it seems that students are entering grad school, asking the question whether they really cost the money they paid for it
The time has come to review student loans to make it firer and more realism and to enable students to deal with them in the future. I call on Theresa May to be committed to a fairer government, consideration of a tudent founding as a priority
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