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How Students Can Travel Around the UK For Less

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No more excuses for not making that trip / visiting family! By Sylvia Nankivell from Student Money Saver One of the major stumbling blocks for students up and down the country is… well, getting up and down the country. Unless you’re up the road from campus, travel is expensive. Even...
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How to Upgrade Your Bed and Bedroom On a Budget

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Simple hacks to transform your bed and your bedroom but not your wallet Guest post by Lochansi O’Donnell A bedroom should be a sanctuary, your sanctuary. And like most things in London, a great bedroom doesn’t happen overnight. That’s why it’s worth taking it step-by-step and focusing on the details to...
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A Guide to Understanding Inheritance Tax

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Everything you need to know about inheritance tax Guest post by Chelsea Ellsworth When someone dies, as well as it being a very sad and difficult time, there are a lot of formalities that need to be dealt with too. Someone will need to register the death, arrange the funeral...
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Best Travel Destinations in the UK for College Students

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Best places to visit in UK for college students Guest post by Alyssa Johnson Do you follow Brooklyn Beckham on Instagram? There are many UK influencers on the platform, but he has to be one of the most interesting ones to follow. Zoe Sugg is also fun. From dazzling cityscapes...
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Studying in the UK as an International Student

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Top pieces of advice to make studying in the UK comfortable for you Guest post by Jeff Blaylock Moving to a new country to study is one of the most exciting things students can do. It broadens horizons and can improve so many areas of your academic life. It is also a...
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Free Home Education Resources in the UK

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Best online platform for studying at home Guest post by Jeff Blaylock Many people in the UK prefer homeschooling for their kids, as they see it as a decent alternative to traditional school. You will be surprised that the majority of people do not even realize that British online homeschooling is...
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Style on a Budget: Perfect Jumpsuits for Any Occasion

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Like to look stylish and glamorous at every occasion, but not sure where to start? A jumpsuit could be the answer to all your problems. In fact, the right jumpsuit could be the hardest working piece in your wardrobe. Jumpsuits are modern, quirky, and fun. They’re the perfect wardrobe solution...
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The Cost of Living Around the World – Infographic

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Money makes the world go round Guest post by  Chelsea Ellsworth Money makes the world go round, or so the saying goes. But how much does it really cost to live our day-to-day lives across the globe? A new infographic created by online forex trading platform IG, looks at ten key...
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5 Great Small Music Venues in North London

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London’s Best Live Music Venues To See Emerging Musicians/ Artists/ Bands By Annie Walton Doyle There’s nothing quite like live music, and despite many small venue closures, the capital is still a hotbed of great grassroots venues, showcasing the best emerging artists. While large stadiums offer fantastic acoustics (plus spectacular effects),...
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What Are the Best Ways to Save Money as an International Student in London

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London has more to offer than what just meets the eye Guest post by Michelle Brooks Despite the recent political changes, London still represents a highly attractive city to international students. As a host to most of the nationalities in the world, it is the ideal environment for someone looking to...
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