I have been applying to Student Finance England for the past two years for tuition fee and maintenance loan. This year in September I am going to be in my final year.
I have applied for both my tuition fee and maintenance loan. I have sent the evidence required, and I have been awarded student finance based on my continued employment status as an EEA migrant worker.
Unfortunately, my circumstances have changed. I am relocating and because of this I have to leave my current job.
In order to get each instalment paid, I need to show evidence that I am in continued employment, starting from September.
Student Finance England specify that in case my circumstances change or if I cease work I must contact them immediately.
Would the tuition fee and the maintenance loan still be awarded? Or is it just the tuition fee that is going to be awarded in case of ceasing of employment?
Do I still need to find another job? Can my parents support me financially until the end of my academic year?
I have never been unemployed before in my previous applications, so I do not know how this works.
Since this is my final year I would prefer to concentrate on my studies in order to achieve a higher class degree.
Thank you for your help in advance.
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