Sections tagged with: "Student Finances"

← Curating the web to find the most interesting and helpful information about your money.


New York Times Quiz The newspaper wants to help young people get a better handle on their money. To begin, we want to hear from you.

Complete their short quiz, to let them know what your biggest questions are when it comes to personal finance →


Building a budget helps you manage how you spend your money. When you control your spending, it’s much easier to achieve your financial goals, whether that is to save, pay off debts or simply live within your means.

Building a Budget: Helpful Tips for Students →


How soaring rents are transforming student life. Student debt is a growing problem in Canada - one that’s set to get worse in the coming years.

Saving Podcast: Stress Test by columnist Rob Carrick on how soaring rents are transforming student life →


You made it to university and you get to decide which courses to take, which clubs to join and what to eat for dinner. Also: how much money to spend

9 budgeting tips for university students →

Did you know?

"At the national level, full-time graduate students paid, on average, $7,437 for the 2022/2023 academic year, whereas undergraduate students paid $6,834. This represents a 1.7% and 2.6% increase, respectively, from the previous year."

Tuition fees increase for Canadian undergraduate and graduate students →


Attending university is the first time that many Canadian students get to practice real-life budgeting.

Best budgeting tips for university students in Canada →