Coordinator Nicky Reid said the app’s main function is to let users quickly track their spending and gain valuable control over their finances.
Posted: 12 March 2012
Continuing the success of financial education programme Money Doctors, the University has launched an innovative iPhone application.
Having identified the need for high quality, personal finance education across the whole of the University, the app is in line with a strategic aim to prepare our third year students for the transition into the work place.
Coordinator Nicky Reid said the app’s main function is to let users quickly track their spending and gain valuable control over their finances, with an additional help section linking the site to various PDFs and Videos such as the successful student drama Within These Halls.
The application is password secured and allows currency conversion, making it of great use to our international students.
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Posted: 13 February 2018
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Posted: 8 February 2018
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