Create your personal study store
Create a free sellers account, set the price of your documents and upload them on Stuvia. That's it! Help others with your knowledge while earning money.
Did you write textbook summaries or notes? Sell your study documents on Stuvia and earn money with your knowledge!
You earn money from each document you sell. This money will be added to your account instantly.
Create a sellers account in under a minute, set the price for your documents and start uploading!
A seller at Stuvia can earn from a few tenners to a couple of hundred dollars a month
Every study document can be sold indefinitely
Your documents are being sold from early in the morning until late at night. During the week and at the weekends.
After your study document has been uploaded, the Stuvia marketing machine will start working for you immediately
Stuvia offers an easy and quick way to turn all your hard work into real cash during your busy student life. Also, your study material keeps its value for a long period of time, which enables you to make money off you old college notes and study guides after having graduated for years.
I am a first year student in business administration. I was often looking for a brief explanation of certain concepts from my previous study and through Google I ended up at Stuvia. I found out that many fellow students, also from other study programs and schools, were looking for summaries for their exams. I already made summaries and shared them with classmates in the past and I always got good responses. So I thought that other students might also be interested in my summaries. This way I help other students and earn a nice contribution myself. Mainly I save this money to buy something big. However, of course, I did purchase a number of items of clothing after the first payouts I received.
When I went to study medicine I had some difficulty with preparing for my admission test. After passing the test, I decided to use my knowledge and creativity to create practice questions for future students who also want to study medicine. The first year turned out to be an unexpected success, which led me to double the number of practice questions the next year to really help students as best as I can in their preparation. Whenever someone asks a question about the preparation, I help them (free of charge). It takes a lot of time, but it generates even more energy and that's why I do it. In only two year, I turned over 14.000 dollar on Stuvia.
I started studying Law back in 2014 and continued to do a Master's degree in Law as well. Last year I got my master's degree and eventhough I finished law school, I still sell my summaries and notes on Stuvia. I have always put a lot of time in them and they're still relevant nowadays for other Law students. I used the earnings to buy for half a plaine ticket once. Also, when I used to be short in cash as a student, I used the money to go shopping, pay my rent or order take-away.
I am a Law Student at King’s College London (KCL) with an aspiration to be a transnational commercial lawyer at a top global firm. I ended up finding Stuvia when I found that so many students were looking for concise and perfect notes and essays in the main A-Level subjects and I had these just collecting metaphorical dust on my computer. So as soon as I found how easy it was to sell on Stuvia, with copying the ISBN and adding it to a book, the units being already there, the creation of bundles and so much more it was really a no brainer! I personally found that when you have the perfect notes to study from I can boost my own grades. So I always make my notes with that in mind, using concise and beneficial analysis, contemporary examples and diagrams where it will be best to use.
Did you write summaries of your textbooks while preparing for an exam? Or did you write notes each class? You can now earn money with your knowledge. Well-written summaries receive great reviews. Resulting in more sales and higher earnings.
You always retain ownership of your documents. Buyers only have the rights to read your work for personal use. It’s forbidden for them to distribute your work to others.
Write a catchy title and solid description of your documents, so buyers can easily find your summaries online - such as Google for example.
You set the price for your study notes and documents. You can even make discounted bundles of your top summaries to attract even more buyers.
As soon as your documents are online, we include them on the right Stuvia pages that are search traffic optimized. We also send notifications to members interested in your field of study.
Improve your online reputation by getting high scoring reviews. This is a great way to generate more sales.
Some documents sell hundreds of times. Once your documents are on Stuvia, your work is done. Sit back, relax and start making money!
All of your written study documents can be sold on Stuvia, including:
Since we started Stuvia in 2010
Since we started Stuvia in 2010
in the last 30 days
since the beginning of this month
You set your own price per document with a minimum amount of €2.50. The more documents you sell, the more you earn. Some documents are sold more than a hundred times. Find tips on how to sell the most here.
Nothing! You create a free account and post your work to Stuvia without further costs. cost. We take a small commission each time you sell a summary. The commission will be automatically deducted, so you don’t have to worry about any hidden costs after your payout.
We transfer your earned money into your Stuvia account right after you’ve sold a document. Once you’ve earned over €10 , you can cash out. We transfer this money every Monday so you can decide when you want to be paid. You can also use this credit to buy study material for yourself!
There are a number of things to consider when writing a good summary without violating copyright. For example, you are not allowed to copy texts literally but you are allowed to quote them. You must make correct citations when doing this.
Would you like to be sure that you meet the copyright requirements? Stuvia has a helpful checklist for just that, which can be found here.