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    I'm having trouble with my SAAS application. Should I apply for the following?:
    Full loan
    Tution Fees
    Young Person's Bursary

    Sorry for the ignorance, I'm just confused is all.
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    (Original post by LuhLah)
    Hi

    I'm having trouble with my SAAS application. Should I apply for the following?:
    Full loan
    Tution Fees
    Young Person's Bursary

    Sorry for the ignorance, I'm just confused is all.

    Apply for what you want. Fees is the first thing, they are automatic.

    The loan and the bursary (if you are under 25) are income assessed off your parent(s) income. So you will need to declare that on the form if you wish to be assessed for the bursary and the maximum loan.

    If you don't declare parental income, the only loan you can get is the non income assessed one, which is currently £605/£915 depending if you live in you parents home or halls of residence/student flat etc.

    Also, bursary you don't pay back, loan you do.
 
 
 
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