Presenting Partner

UniBank is the presenting partner of UniSport's two biggest events. The Nationals Div 1 and Div 2 competitions. 

UniBank have been actively supporting universities in Australia since 1964, with sport being a major part of this. Since 2017, UniBank has been the presenting partner of the UniSport Nationals and have committed until 2021.

“The partnership with UniSport is important as it helps us to support students from across all 42 universities to not only excel at their chosen sports but to pursue a healthy and connected student experience on campus," said Mike Lanzing, UniBank General Manager. Click here to read more

Frispig Activation

UniBank is the presenting partner of UniSport's two biggest events. The Nationals Div 1 and Div 2 competitions. 

As part of this partnership, UniBank activate at both events, specialising in the ever popular Frispig. Frispig is a game designed to test the student-athletes skills by throwing a frisbee into an oversized piggy bank wit the top three at the end of each day winning cash prizes.

Throughout the 2019 Nationals Div 2 event, students were constantly present at the activation, engaging with UniBank, its staff and its products.

Money and budget tips and tricks for uni students

While there are many fun aspects to university life, managing your student budget isn’t usually one of them.

 

You’re income depends on paid work options that fit within your schedule and whether or not you have any help from family or government assistance. Your expenses, on the other hand, can seem endless.

If you’re feeling the pinch financially while studying, you’re not alone. Click here to find out how you can save more while studying.

Good debt versus bad debt, and how to tell the difference

Debt. It’s a four-letter word that can strike fear in the hearts of all of us. It’s often associated with bad financial management and not living within your means.

 

Almost everyone lives with some kind of debt during their lives – even wealthy people. An important life lesson to learn early is there is good debt as well as bad debt.

Click here to learn the difference between good debt and bad debt.