Student Budget Calculator

Balancing your budget as a student can be tricky, use our calculator to enter your income and expenses and we’ll help you track your budget so you know how much you’ve got to spend!

Remember you can register and create an account which enables you to securely save the information you enter and view and update it anytime.

How many weeks will you be studying for?
The standard academic year is 37 weeks

What you live on (Net Income)
1. Student allowance / accommodation benefit£
2. Part-time work (after tax)£
3. Student loan – living costs£
4. Scholarship / Bursary£
5. Savings from the holiday break (after tax)£
6. Family help£
7. Other net income£
Total net income during 37 weeks of study£

1. Course-related expenses£
Education spending sub-total£

Accommodation spending sub-total
1. Rent£
2. Flat setup costs (one off)£
Total Accommodation£

1. Electricity£
2. Gas£
3. Water£
4. Telephone (landline only)£
Utilities spending sub-total£

1. Car£
2. Bus/Train£
3. Other£
Transport spending sub-total£

1. Food shopping£
2. Other – bought lunches and takeaways£
Food spending sub-total£

1. Debt repayments£
2. Insurance£
3. Medical expenses – includes dentist£
4. Clothing£
5. Grooming – haircuts, makeup etc.£
6. New and replacement items – bikes, appliances, computer, repairs etc.£
7.Gifts – Birthday’s & Christmas£
8. Holidays£
9. Entertainment and recreation – includes alcohol, bars, movies, computer games and restaurants£
10. Cigarettes£
11. Newspaper and magazines£
12. Pets£
13. Satelitte TV£
14. Internet£
15. Mobile Phone£
Other spending sub-total£
Your income is £0.00 per week (income for the study period is £0.00).
You spend £0.00 per week (spending for the study period is £0.00).