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Revolut partners UNiDAYS on student offering

Source: UNiDAYS

UNiDAYS, the worldwide platform that enables brands to instantly verify and connect with millions of students, today announced a partnership with Revolut, the global financial super app.

Students who sign up to Revolut via the UNiDAYS platform can earn £15, paid directly into their new Revolut account.

Founded in London in 2015, Revolut today offers dozens of financial products to more than 20 million retail customers through its App. Students can improve their financial health and take control of their finances using Revolut features such as Budgeting & Analytics, Group Bills and Subscriptions Management.

The partnership comes as the 2022 Tech Report from UNiDAYS recently revealed that 40% of UK students rely on parental support and loans as their main income source, while one in four students do not feel financially secure.

Through the partnership, Revolut will offer more personalised financial experiences to UNiDAYS’ trusted platform of 22 million members across 115 countries.

With 69% of Gen Z’s in the UK relying on parental advice to help manage their finances, the UNiDAYS and Revolut partnership will help students take control of their money.

Alex Gallagher, Chief Strategy Officer at UNiDAYS, highlighted the importance of empowering young adults to manage their finances: “Our mission is to champion and support students to ensure they can step confidently into life after their studies.

“As they learn to manage budgets, partnering with Revolut provides our student members with the tools to save, monitor and maintain their finances through a platform that is designed to understand their needs. We’re delighted to be helping students ensure they develop key financial management skills that will support them through life.”

Teresa Cook, Growth Partnerships Manager at Revolut, added: “We are delighted to partner with UNiDAYS and bring the benefits of financial wellbeing to students across the world.”

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