I'm about to send my student finance application, but what I still have doubts about is this: as a EU student, is it compulsory for me to send modules such as P60 and P45 in order to be considered? Never seen these things before.
One more question: since my course starts on the 30th of September and I still have nothing sent for the moment, do you think I'll have problems with the uni? (for instance, having to pay some money upront myself)
Thank you very much, I'm a bit confused on how covered I am.
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- 20-08-2013 15:58
Are you applying for the Tuition Fee Loan on the EU application, or have you had 3 years residency within the UK and are applying as a home student?
If you have applied for the EU Tuition Fee Loan, you would not be requested to send financial evidence unless your course attracts an income assessed bursary form the university/college themselves and you are completing the EU13B form.
You can track the progress of your application via your online account and if we require further evidence to be sent, our assessors will write out and request this.
Paying fees if your finance isn't yet approved would need to be discussed with the university/college themselves.