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    hello,
    I have a few questions about applying for a non-income assessed loan..

    So... with this loan, will they pay my tution fee and how much approx. would they give me for loan?

    bit background.. I wont be giving any info about household income.. I will live in London with my parents..

    please please please help..

    and also, is it easy/possible to live on 2,698 a year (living with parents..)? I will also have a part time job which will be give me an extra.. 120 a month..
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    (Original post by Agata)
    hello,
    I have a few questions about applying for a non-income assessed loan..

    So... with this loan, will they pay my tution fee and how much approx. would they give me for loan?

    bit background.. I wont be giving any info about household income.. I will live in London with my parents..

    please please please help..

    and also, is it easy/possible to live on 2,698 a year (living with parents..)? I will also have a part time job which will be give me an extra.. 120 a month..
    Yes thats fine, im assuming their paying for food electricity etc and ur paying for ur books clothes entertainment transport etc

    The main expenditure is accommodation and that £4k u have will be enough to see you through as long as you dont go crazy


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    (Original post by Agata)
    hello,
    I have a few questions about applying for a non-income assessed loan..

    So... with this loan, will they pay my tution fee and how much approx. would they give me for loan?

    bit background.. I wont be giving any info about household income.. I will live in London with my parents..

    please please please help..

    and also, is it easy/possible to live on 2,698 a year (living with parents..)? I will also have a part time job which will be give me an extra.. 120 a month..
    You apply at the same time for the tuition fee loan. The maintenance loan is for living costs. They are two separate loans.
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    So a non-income assessed loan is still enough to get someone through university?
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    So a non-income assessed loan is still enough to get someone through university?
    if you are living at home and aren't required to pay rent then it should be enough
 
 
 
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