London, United Kingdom, August 19, 2011 --(PR.com
)-- With the arrival of the 2011 A-level results and the upcoming start of the 2011/12 academic year, student finance is at the forefront of discussions and acts as a timely reminder of the journey that lies ahead for those about to start, or those who are already embarking, on their university careers. The rising costs of going to university combined with the current economic climate, means that the Government and other resources are facing more demand than ever for help with university expenditure.
As a comprehensive and dedicated source of information on student funding, Student Cash Point is a free website providing all student users with the chance to access over 3,000 opportunities currently available in the student funding world - that’s hundreds of millions of pounds worth of free money on offer.
The website is an easy-to-use, online search portal that lists the grants, bursaries, scholarships and awards currently available to 16-25+ year olds, no matter what level they may currently be studying towards. Such support is available to cover anything from course fees and accommodation costs, to transport and book costs.
As well as having the benefit of viewing all funding content, users can also:
· compare universities - selecting all universities of interest and comparing the funding available at each, helping to make an informed choice about where to study;
· subscribe to e-grant alerts – to receive automatic email alerts on new grants that match their needs;
· create their own personal funding report containing all the details of grants that match their search criteria; and
· view the guide to student funding – providing the basics on what funding they’re entitled to and a number of useful hints and tips on how money can be saved whilst studying.
Student Cash Point helps lessen the financial pressures experienced by students and provides a valuable resource to all students, parents and Education Departments - basically anyone looking for money to help them personally, or someone else.
To stay one step ahead in the race for student funding, visit: www.studentcashpoint.co.uk.