MyMoney events

Details of the events run by UWE Bristol’s Student Money Service

The Student Money Service offers a variety of content and events to help students develop and improve financial skills, knowledge and confidence.

We run competitions, provide money advice and guidance, and raise awareness about the services we offer.

We will list events and news on this page, so check back regularly for updates.

MyMoney Workshops 2021

What is it

Each workshop will cover a different topic and provide you with essential money skills to get you confident about your finances, for now and in the future. 

The MyMoney workshops will delivered by the Student Money Service's trained practitioners. We provide a friendly, confidential, and relaxed atmosphere, where you can learn from our UWE Bristol Student Money Service team, our affiliated stakeholders, and importantly from your peers. 

All UWE Bristol students are welcome to attend. Workshops will be available in the autumn and spring terms.

Students who attend our workshops and complete the learning will be entered into a prize draw to win some vouchers. 

How it works

This year the MyMoney workshops will be delivered online. There are six workshops in total, delivered between October 2021 and the end of March 2022.   

We recommend you attend all six workshops, but we understand if you have other study or extra-curricular commitments, in which case you can use them as standalone sessions. 

Students will be asked to undertake some short online learning activities too.

Workshop dates

All workshops take two hours, and will run at 13:00-15:00. 
  • MyMoney Workshop 1: Budgeting and money tips – 20 October 2021
  • MyMoney Workshop 2: MyWork and tax – 10 November 2021
  • MyMoney Workshop 3: MyMoney and mental health – 8 December 2021
  • MyMoney Workshop 4: MyHousing – 9 February 2022
  • MyMoney Workshop 5: MySummer funding – 9 March 2022
  • MyMoney Workshop 6: MyMoney is ready for graduating – 30 March 2022

Workshop content

This is a general outline and content may change slightly between workshops.

MyMoney Workshop 1: Budgeting and money tips

During this session you will be empowered to manage your money effectively for the academic year ahead. You'll learn how to budget when you’re faced with the difficult task of receiving your student funding termly. Together, we'll explore ways to save money. You'll find out where to find help when things don't go quite to plan (it's OK, we've all overspent before). We'll also look at ways to maximise your income and how to use our online financial resource from Blackbullion to help you along the way. 

MyMoney Workshop 2: MyWork and tax 

Content to be confirmed – please check back for updates

MyMoney Workshop 3: MyMoney and mental health

Content to be confirmed – please check back for updates

MyMoney Workshop 4: MyHousing

Content to be confirmed – please check back for updates

MyMoney Workshop 5: MySummer funding

Content to be confirmed – please check back for updates

MyMoney Workshop 6: MyMoney is ready for graduating

Content to be confirmed – please check back for updates

How to book

You can now book onto MyMoney Workshop 1: Budgeting and money tips.

Book via InfoHub (login required)

Blackbullion

We have continued our successful partnership with Blackbullion for you all again this year. Sign up to their online financial resource and take control of your student money.

Blackbullion - Join for free. Invest in yourself. Free personal finance courses, access to funding and money management tools.

National Student Money Week

National Student Money Week (NSMW) is an annual campaign where universities work together to bring free money advice to students across the UK.

The theme for National Student Money Week 2022 is Sustainable Spending, and it will be taking place the week of 21 February 2022.

National Student Money Week 2021 included:

  • live financial planning webinars
  • a three-day email learning bootcamp
  • a pocket-size book with all the financial planning strategies you need for a rainy day 
  • amazing prizes, including four ‘emergency pots’ worth £250 each and one-on-one sessions with financial planning experts.

Discover all that this year's National Student Money Week had to offer.

Stay #MoneySmart!