At university we undoubtedly learn a lot of transferable life skills such as being independent, particularly those who move into on- or off-campus accommodation. Lessons that the majority of secondary schools skip include personal finances (mortgages, taxes, incomes) and workplace wellbeing.
I think it would be really beneficial for students if the university was to put on different sessions throughout the year covering these kinds of topics. There are definitely online resources out there that students could look for, however I personally invest so much trust in the university's careers team, wellbeing team and other staff, and so I would be more inclined to learn from them. Many students, if they haven't already, move into their own flat/house after university, or begin a full-time job and are earning an income for the first time. To learn how to manage these aspects during university would make the next steps less daunting as you feel prepared, rather than leaving university and suddenly being very out of depth in terms of managing personal finances etc. Students would then be leaving university as very well-rounded people; ready for a career in their chosen industry as well as better equipped for the real world.