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Mātātaki | The Challenge
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Thinking about money can be overwhelming, but it doesn't need to be! Explore some of the tips and suggestions in this section, and discover what the University can do to support you.
Financial stress can have a major effect on the state of our wellbeing, but there are steps you can take to make savings and stay on top of your budget.
SavY CEO Dhilesh shares some advice on how to stay smart about money while at Uni.
AUSA can help with food parcels, advocacy help, or a monetary grant to cover urgent and unexpected problems.
Check out some handy ways to manage your money while you are studying.
As a student, you will need to manage your money carefully.
If you are struggling financially, you may be able to get special funding.
We appreciate that you may experience financial difficulties while at University. Find out how we may be able to help you.
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