There are calls for young people to receive more financial education, especially with the high levels of debt some students owe when leaving university - having taken out loans to pay for their £9,000 a year tuition fees.
Nearly half of all young people - now go on to higher education. If Labour or the Greens win the election next month university tuition fees of more than £9,000 will be scrapped.
Other parties propose to restore maintenance grants, waive repayments for teachers who stay in the profession or even just abolish tuition fees for certain subjects. However the reality is that tens of thousands of young people currently leave University with huge debts, of typically more than forty thousand pounds.
Find out who has pledged to scrap them, whose plan will see them rise and which party believes only "able students" should not have to pay.
Labour said the pledge to scrap tuition fees is "the right thing to do" as the party makes a late plea to students to register to vote.