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I'm a mature student still living at home.

Is it the gross or nett amount of the household income that determines the amount for Student Loans abd Grants?

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Hi there,

Can you clarify your situation?

Are you living with parents or partner?

What age are you ?

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Hi there,

Can you clarify your situation?

Are you living with parents or partner?

What age are you ?

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Hello.

Am 30yrs old. Unemployed. A private student learning through ICS learn and living with parents.

I'm wondering if I will be entitled to full student loan and maintenance grants which go on household income :-D

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Hi there,

You will be assessed based on your own information.

You will be eligible for full support.

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Hi there,

You will be assessed based on your own information.

You will be eligible for full support.

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That's great news.
A cheeky ask and pretty confident I know the answer through a little research of my own but is there any financial support for private students outside of Uni?

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HI there,

We would not be able to support courses outwith the UK .

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HI there,

We would not be able to support courses outwith the UK .

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I'm within the UK I'm just self teaching myself A Levels and sitting exams next year.
I just wondered if there is financial support for a private student like myself not in uni yet?

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You may be eligible for a 24 plus advance learning loan.


You should call the dedicated team on Tel: 0845 24 020 24

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You may be eligible for a 24 plus advance learning loan.


You should call the dedicated team on Tel: 0845 24 020 24

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Thank you for your advice.
If I applied for that would it affect my chances for receiving those mentioned above?

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Hi,

If you receive a 24 plus advance learning loan, this will not affect your eligibility to receive Loans and Grants from Student Finance England.

Please note for A-level courses you would not be able to apply for a Maintenance Grant or Loan form us.

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