We’re proud to announce that we’re back with another research piece from our The Issues series. This time, we’ll be taking a deep dive into students’ finances in The Money Issue.
These revamped Issues pieces will be released every 10 weeks, launching with a webinar exploring student attitudes towards the biggest topics affecting them, and a full debrief, available to download post-webinar.
This time, we focus on student incomes, spending habits, and how these have changed over the course of the COVID-19 pandemic. This two-month research project, involving a survey of 500+ students in the UK, also looks at how students’ mental health is being affected by their money.
The launch webinar will take place on the 28th January 2021 at 10am. It will feature a debrief of the most important insights and student thoughts and two panels featuring industry experts.
Our first industry panel looking at how finances effect students’ mental wellbeing features:
Vivi Freidgut, Founder and CEO of Blackbullion
Georgie East, Vice President Welfare and Campaigns at Cardiff University Students’ Union.
Our second industry panel looks at student spending trends during the COVID-19 pandemic and features:
Luke Clarke, Education Media Consultant at UCAS Media
Dan Baker, General Manager (EMEA) at Student.com.
More panelists to be announced soon…
To sign up to our free webinar and debrief, you can register here.