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spikeeleon
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£150 a week ..... i also have a job
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about £90 a week plus the rest of my earnings for the first few weeks, unless i get a job! and £100ish from a grant each term from home, parents will give me a little bit more
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(Original post by littlepinkstars44)
my loan, bursary and wages come to £750 a month.
£150 rent a month (inc bills and food)

£600 a month, or £150 a week
£150 rent a month?! where you living, bulgaria?
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After accomodation and mobile contract I'll have £104 a week, after food, car costs (it's staying insured at home) etc. I'll have £49 a week to save (hopefully)
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About £80 a week once my rent is paid

Having a wayward father helps!
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£110 a week after food and accommodation, sorted
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I haven't worked out weekly what I'll have, I'm just putting aside certain amounts for certain things, like £150 for the whole term to buy my lunch, stuff like that. I'm gonna have about £630 left over to cover my spending.
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(Original post by ND6)
£150 rent a month?! where you living, bulgaria?
Mine's £100 a month, but I don't live in student accommodation.
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After paying for accom, about £65 a week including food, and evenings out.
My gran gave me £1000 though so I have a bit extra to dip into
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Nothing, the way student finance is going.
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(Original post by timmo541)
I think I have around £126 per week after paying for my student monthly oyster card
how much was ur student mnthly oyster card?
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once I've paid my rent and tuition, ill have £250 a month.
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edit: £250 a week
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(Original post by Laura26)
Everyone on here is loaded, it's making me upset!
I'm there with you!! I actually need to figure out how much i'll have but i doubt it'll be over £50 a week!
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(Original post by somethingbeautiful)
How much money will you be able to spend per week? I've just worked out my budjet and I'll have £64 per week - which I doubt I'll spend unless I really get into partying. What is everyone elses weekly budjet like?
£100 after rent, but that is without food and travel taken out, and my monthly phonebill £20 obviously that isn't much though.

i'm shocked because i'm going to london AND all my money is coming only from loans and grants because my family are really poor. i thought i'd have like £10 a week...
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(Original post by naomiiiiii)
£100 after rent, but that is without food and travel taken out, and my monthly phonebill £20 obviously that isn't much though.

i'm shocked because i'm going to london AND all my money is coming only from loans and grants because my family are really poor. i thought i'd have like £10 a week...
i wonder if i've worked it out wrong!! oh no lol
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(Original post by a12)
how much was ur student mnthly oyster card?
it was £69.20 per month pal

don't tell me you got a better deal somehow?
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I don't know my accommodation costs yet, since I'm in Overbooking; my uni was my Insurance choice so I don't get priority, fair enough!

If I have to go into en-suite accommodation, then ~£20/week; if I get the single study I want, then about £50/week. This is after paying for: fees, accommodation, food, transport, phone contract, insurance, fresher's week, club/society memberships, gym membership, books, clothing, everything. So it's for weekend food and drinks
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can't believe the OP has got away with spelling budget "budjet" without someone pointing it out lol
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Well- if I don't go into my overdraft (which I shall try to avoid like the plague) then £71 per week after accommodation is paid. Fortunately my halls are catered (apart from on weekends).
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