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Preparing your child for university, online

  • Webinar
  • Online
  • 05 May 2021
  • 12:30 - 13:00
Preparing your child for university, online

About this event

Aimed at parents and guardians who have children approaching university age, this webinar provides some practical advice on how you can help prepare your child for university; covering everything from finances to guidance on being a good housemate.

With the excitement that university brings, it can be difficult to think about finances and its toll on the ‘Bank of Mum and Dad’. This webinar is an excellent opportunity for you to open up a conversation about the financial implications of going to university with your child and educate them about how it will affect both you and them.

This short introductory webinar will help you understand:

  • How to talk to your children about money – how much can you afford to help?
  • University life, being a good housemate, kitting out your child and apprenticeships
  • What financial help is available?

For further information, please contact the ICE Benevolent Fund at [email protected] or call 01444 417 979.

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12.30 Introduction from Sarah Parker, Casework & Marketing Administrator, ICE Ben Fund
12.35 Presentation from Sarah Steel, Director, Better with money
12.55 Q&A, Sarah Steel, facilitated by Sarah Parker, ICE Ben Fund


Sarah Steel

Director, Better with Money

Sarah Steel

An experienced financial professional, qualified coach and Fellow of the Pension Management Institute, Sarah has been helping people to be confident about their finances for over twenty years.

Sarah is the owner of “Better with Money” which was set up to reduce financial misery and confusion in the UK. Her aim is to bring money matters to life in an accessible and interesting way, helping you to think clearly about money and inspire action around your finances.

Event venue

United Kingdom

For more information please contact:

ICE Benevolent Fund

e: [email protected]