You may be able to borrow money to help pay for university or college tuition fees and to help with living costs. You might get extra money on top of this, for example if you’re on a low income, are disabled or have children. Before you apply: You start repaying once you earn over a certain amount. The size of your monthly repayments will depend on how much you earn, not what you owe. For Further information please visit https://www.gov.uk/student-finance



If you want to apply for Student finance click following link : Apply online for student finance You’ll be charged interest on the loan from the day you take it out. The terms and conditions can change. You can apply for a Tuition Fee Loan and Maintenance Loan if your course starts on or after 1 August 2016. Tuition Fee Loan Your university or college sets your tuition fee, and the loan is paid directly to them. You have to pay it back. Full-time student Tuition Fee Loan for the 2017 to 2018 academic year Full-time Up to £9,250 Full-time at a private university or college Up to £6,165 Maintenance Loan for living costs You may have to give details of your household income. The loan is paid directly into your bank account at the start of term. You have to pay the loan back. Full-time student Loan for the 2016 to 2017 academic year Loan for the 2017 to 2018 academic year Living at home Up to £6,904 Up to £7,097 Living away from home, outside London Up to £8,200 Up to £8,430 Living away from home, in London Up to £10,702 Up to £11,002 You spend a year of a UK course studying abroad Up to £9,391 Up to £9,654 Use the student finance calculator to estimate your Maintenance Loan.

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Whether you qualify for student finance depends on: -your university or college -your course -if you’ve studied a higher education course before -your age -your nationality or residency status