Your degree is a great investment for the future but we know that juggling your finances can be a difficult part of being a student. We'll do all we can to help you manage your money. Our experienced money advisers can offer advice on a wide range of financial matters.
It is important to think about your finances before you arrive at Kingston, arrange how you will pay your tuition fees and apply for any funding you may be entitled to.
Our Money Matters guide will provide all the information you need on how and when to pay your fees (for 2016 entry):
Kingston's Money Movement community helps students to keep more money in their pockets. We won't tell you how to spend but we will be the helpful friend who offers advice on how to make an unexpected extra saving on expenses, cook a delicious cheap meal or find fun things to do for free. On top of this, the Money Movement runs fun themed events and giveaways throughout the year which are free for all students to attend.
Don't delay, join the Money Movement today!
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University is expensive, but I see it as an investment. I will probably earn more than someone without a degree, so it seems only fair to contribute towards the costs of studying.