Nearly half (45 per cent) of all UK students have found themselves running out of money by the end of the semester, the NatWest Student Living Index 2020 has revealed.
According to The Money Pages, NatWest found that just six per cent of students felt supported by their universities when it came to money management.
Unsurprisingly, London tops that charts when it comes to cost of living:
London is revealed to be the city with the highest university costs, where students have to live off a term time average income of £1,137.20 a month. Not only that, but their year-on-year costs have risen from £705 to £717 every month.