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UNIVERSITY LIAISON VISITS

Term 3 Dates - TBC

MONEY HUB

What to Study - MoneyHub, a consumer finance website, has published a guide which aims to provide guidance to students unsure of what to study and looking for information to help them. The resource is packed with tips, insights and an example of twenty jobs currently high in demand. For more details, visit the What to Study page.

Student Loans - MoneyHub, a consumer finance website, has published a one-stop guide which explains how student loans work, all on one page. For more details, visit the Student Loans page.

Student Money Tips - MoneyHub, a consumer finance website, has published a guide to better prepare students for life after school with a number of tips, tools and insights. For more details, visit the Student Money Tips page.

Scholarships - the ultimate free, easy-to-use and mobile-friendly list of scholarships for 2019's Year 13 students



STUDENT LOANS AND ALLOWANCES - Apply by 16 December

Studylink_logo.JPGStudents are encouraged to apply as early as possible for their student loans and allowances. Students don't need to have their NCEA results or have locked down all their study plans. Their application can be updated as things are confirmed. By applying early, students will allow enough time for all the steps in the application process to be completed before their course starts.

PROVING YOUR IDENTITY USING RealMe

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When applying for a Student Allowance and Loan for the first time, students will need to prove their identity. They can do this by signing up online for a RealMe verified identity.

Students then get a free photo taken to complete the process at participating PostShops. This means students can prove who they are without having to provide copies of a passport and birth certificate.

STUDENT JOB SEARCH

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Student Job Search (SJS) is an online service that helps students gain work experience and extra money while studying at tertiary level.

Their service is free to students who are enrolled in tertiary study for 2019, or who have a letter of confirmation from any NZ tertiary education provider. Students can then start using SJS up to four months before they start study.

SJS advertises thousands of jobs every year on their website, just for tertiary students. Students can register and start applying for jobs by going to www.sjs.co.nz

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