In this article:

 

Financial wellbeing
The Money & Housing Advice team have produced a video series on Financial Wellbeing which you may find very helpful. The Financial Wellbeing Series is made up of 6 parts, which includes funding, student spending, financial hardship, money management, mental health and planning for the future. We would encourage you to watch all the workshops in this series that are relevant to you.

We also recommend using Blackbullion, an online platform to provide digital financial education that develops financial confidence, knowledge, skills, and empowers better decision making.

 

 

Blackbullion

Watch the video here or at King’s Media: We are Blackbullion: For Students - free to King's students

 

 

Financial Wellbeing Part 1 - Where does your money go?

In this workshop, we will look at where your money goes. This is an introductory session, which helps you to consider what expenses you will have at university and what costs you will need to prioritise.

View it here or at King’s Media: Financial Wellbeing Part 1 - Where does your money go?


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Financial Wellbeing Part 2 - Funding my undergraduate studies in 2020

In this workshop, we will look at UK Statutory Funding for home students in 2020.

View it here or at King’s Media: Financial Wellbeing Part 2 - Funding my undergraduate studies in 2020

 

 

Financial Wellbeing Part 2 - funding your studies for returning nurses, midwifes, physios and dieticians

Money advice for nursing, midwifery, physiotherapy and dietetics students continuing their studies in 2020/21.

View it here or at King’s Media: Financial Wellbeing Part 2 - funding your studies for returning nurses, midwifes, physios and dieticians

 

 

Financial Wellbeing Part 3 - How to budget

In this workshop, we will look at how to budget. Financial freedom is all about knowing what you have and where you are going to spend it. Budgeting is the tool we can use to keep track of our money and feel in control of our financial situation.

View it here or at King’s Media: Financial Wellbeing Part 3 - How to budget!

 

 

Financial Wellbeing Part 4 - Financial help and support from King's

In this workshop, we will look at Financial Help & Support at King's. We will outline the different sources of support in the university and where to start your search for external funding.

View it here or at King’s Media: Financial Wellbeing Part 4 - Financial help and support from King's

 

 

Financial Wellbeing Part 6 - Making money

In this workshop, we will look at making money. In this final session, we will explore different ways to maximise your student income, save, invest, and plan for the future.

View it here or at King’s Media: Financial Wellbeing Part 6 - Making money

 

Understanding & avoiding scams
The Understanding and Avoiding Scams series is made up of 3 parts, which explains what scams are, the scams that can target students, and how to report scams.
Part 1 & 2 are available now.

 

 

Understanding & Avoiding Scams Part 1: What is a Scam?

In this workshop, we will be introducing you to the concept of scams, who they target, the different types of scams, and how they con you.

View it here or at King’s Media: Understanding & Avoiding Scams Part 1: What is a Scam?

 

 

Understanding & Avoiding Scams Part 2: Known Student Scams

In this workshop, we will be focusing on some of the scams that you need to be aware of. We will look at scams we have seen target students and young people, so you know how they con you, what to watch our for, and be confident in spotting a fraudster.

View it here or at King’s Media: Understanding & Avoiding Scams Part 2: Known Student Scams