Our guides give you the facts so you can make an informed choice when you compare student insurance policies and providers.
Learn the factors you need to consider when looking for car insurance for students, then find the right deal at the right price.
Student car insurance »
Fair cover for students and their stuff.
You're moving out for the first time, but are you prepared for the financial realities? Find out the fiscal essentials of leaving home and living on your own.
If you're going to a festival, do you have personal possessions insurance away from home that adequately covers your valuables?
Insurance could protect your mobile phone from damage, theft and loss, but consider all the cover options and beware of exclusions and excessive premiums.
Mobile phone insurance »
If you're studying, taking a personal bank loan on top of your student loans should not be undertaken lightly, but it may be an option to consider. If you've finished university graduate loans are available, or gap year loans could provide funding between study.
A joint account for paying out rent and bills in a shared house can seem convenient, but the risks might outweigh the advantages. Find out more…
What should you consider before signing up to a student bank account? If you've left college or are coming to the end of your course, you may want to learn more about graduate accounts.
If you can handle your finances responsibly, the right student credit card could help your money management at college or university.
The financial challenges facing students are getting ever more difficult. Let us help you get a firm fiscal foundation... You may also like our financial guide for graduates.
Student finance »
Find the right student travel insurance option - you may want to consider backpackers' cover or a gap year travel policy.
Travel insurance »