The Bank of Mum. For the time being, anyway :3
Student Finance and job - SU Tech crew
EMA i'm afraid. I'll mostly save, but spend some when i go shopping. Also stupid train and bus travel costs
And a tiny bit a month from my mum.
This is the first term that I'm not working during uni, and truth be told, I'm hating the lack of regular income.
My mum pays for my accommodation and then I live off my student loan, with a bit of income from club promoting.
I mainly spend it on food and going out, and occassionally clothes.
job - saving most of it for uni but spend it on clothes, food and going out
oh and bus fares,passport renewal and driving
my part-time job, only £40 a week.
its unfair you get EMA just cos your parents earn under like £30k, i get disadvantaged just because both of my parents earn over that a year - believe me, just because they earn a lot does not mean I see any of it - I don't get an allowance of any kind at all, except for them paying for my train every month and money nessacery for credit to keep in touch with them. I have to pay for everything else. sucks.
Army, tutoring, translation. Used to get a bit of money from modeling.
By the time Uni starts: Government (yes, the Danish one is cool like that), family, tutoring, translation.
All in all between 1-2k a month, depending on frequency of work..
Spend it on savings, clothes, food and going out, in that order.
A generous dad, but i will be paying him back at some stage.
Part time job
Overdraft (not really an income but i'd be ****** without it)
Rent, bills, food, alcohol.
student ambassador job