For practitioners: Introducing Student Finance England's e-mag - Exchange

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Student Finance England have just launched their new eMag, 'Exchange', aimed at practitioners that work with students. It includes student finance updates, articles and guest columns from student finance experts; and links to all the latest tools and resources.

Take a look at the first edition of Exchange here

We work together with Student Finance England to help provide students on TSR with the best and most accurate finance info - so if you or any colleagues would find exchange useful, for the most up to date information when it comes to Student Finance, take a look or pass it on.

Here's what Student Finance England have to say on 'Exchange':
We’re excited to announce that we’ve launched Exchange – our first ever magazine for teachers and student finance advisors in England. And it’s packed with news and articles YOU told us you want to read about.

Read the first issue of Exchange now for:

• all the latest student finance updates;
• articles and guest columns from student finance experts; and
• links to all the latest tools and resources.

Our interactive design makes it easy for you to access and share stories on your social media pages or by email; and you can print individual pages for easy reference.

We’ll publish three issues at key points throughout the year – September/October, January/February and April/May. And look out for special features and online events in the academic year.

You can read the latest issue of Exchange by visiting our dedicated practitioner website. And, make sure you don’t miss an issue by signing up to get alerts when each new issue is published.

As Exchange is just for you, we want to know what you think. Please take our quick survey to tell us what you like, what you don’t and what you’d like to see in future issues. And share our short film on your social media pages to spread the word that Exchange is live!
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