How can she afford this while at uni?Watch
Thirst buckets on instagram offering to buy her things or send her places, or hell she could just be a complete potato with money and putting it all on credit cards. Some people are that stupid.
Doesn't have to be anything odd. People spend their money on different things. Social Media makes it really easy to highlight what you want to highlight.
This girl on my course is always travelling because she loves to travel. Whenever we have holidays she is out travelling even when coursework deadlines are the week after holidays. Where is she getting the money? She lives in accommodation and I'm not sure if she gets student finance because she's an international student. From what I hear about her parents jobs they could be rich but parents don't usually give their kids handouts especially when they have more than one in her case.
- Rich parents (international so likely).
- Living very frugally.
- Other sources of income.I did things like pre-christmas jobs which can pay loads - I got £1800 for 2 weeks at Royal Mail for instance. Prestigious internships can pay way more. I also did a vaccine trial which paid £2000.
- University travel grants and other travel grants. Variably available.
- Travelling cheaply. I spent ~£1300 for 10 weeks in Nepal including flights. You can spend that in a week in Western Europe! You could spend that just staying in the UK!
- Have rich parents. Its probably rich parents.
according to this survey. Most very much do. Its even formal government policy for domestic students - by assessing student loan amount based on parental income, they are obviously implying the deficit should be made up by the parents...