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Applying for student finance

​Apply for funding

​If your course starts in the 2020 / 21 academic year, you can apply from January 2020. 

If your term dates are different to UK term dates, contact Student Finance to confirm when you should apply by. 

Apply for a student finance award

Student Finance 2020/21 booklet

Student Finance Laws 2018

Deadlines for applying for funding​​​

​If your course starts anytime between January and June, you need to apply before 31 December in the year before your course starts. 

​If your course starts anytime between July and December, you need to apply by 31 March in the year your course starts.

Late applications​

Late applications after 31 March might be accepted, but any applications after 31 December in the current academic year will not be accepted. 

Timeline of applying​ for funding

This timeline is for courses starting in the autumn. 

If your course starts at any other time, you should contact us. 

​Month​Process
​January to March​You should complete the online application form.

These are processed within two weeks and you'll be sent an approval letter with an income statement form (HE2) and a notification of results (HE7) form emailed to you.
​March to June​Parents of dependent students should complete the income statement form and forward it to Student Finance for certification. 

Independent students should submit their income statement form with their estimated income directly to Student Finance
​June to August​Income statement forms are processed by Student Finance
​August to September​Once you know your A-Level, Level 3 or IB results, you should complete the online form (HE7) and send or email copies of your exam results and a copy of your unconditional offer letter to Student Finance
​August to December​You and your university / college will be sent a letter outlining your award
​September to December
​Autumn grant will be sent direct to the students bank account. Spring and Summers grant will be paid direct into the students account at the beginning of each term. The maintenance grant can only be paid once Student Finance have received all of the information required



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