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    Have been granted £8,640 so I am happy with that
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    (Original post by Ljayne89)
    Have been granted £8,640 so I am happy with that
    The maximum student loan is £8,200. How did you get an extra £440 in funding?
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    No, £10,702 is the maximum (London, living away from home) I probably should check I have given all the correct information though.
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    (Original post by Ljayne89)
    No, £10,702 is the maximum (London, living away from home) I probably should check I have given all the correct information though.
    Ah right... forgot about London's separate additional funding.
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    (Original post by TrojanH)
    The maximum student loan is £8,200. How did you get an extra £440 in funding?
    Although they say it's £8200, I have been given £8552 for 2016/17 and I am outside of London.
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    Yep, I got £8200.
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    (Original post by causerino)
    Although they say it's £8200, I have been given £8552 for 2016/17 and I am outside of London.
    What is your household income? I think it's probably a mistake and that it is best to contact SFE yourself.
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    (Original post by TrojanH)
    What is your household income? I think it's probably a mistake and that it is best to contact SFE yourself.
    Independent (+25 year old), income circa £12k, as I have been in full time education for the last year.
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    Hello im starting in sept 2016/17 at Salford university and my household income is less than £9000 will i be entitled to £8000 maintenance loans ?
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    (Original post by Abdul96)
    Hello im starting in sept 2016/17 at Salford university and my household income is less than £9000 will i be entitled to £8000 maintenance loans ?
    £8,200. Yes.
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    (Original post by TrojanH)
    £8,200. Yes.
    Ok Thanks
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    My letter said I'd be getting £10815.00 although now I'm a bit worried it was incorrect
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    Hello Abdul!

    Congratulations on going to Salford!

    Do you have any children, adult dependents or medical conditions, or is this an extended length course may I ask?

    It would be interesting to see your funding entitlement, which can be found on your on-line account - if your willing to post it.

    Enjoy Salford!
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    (Original post by darloviking)
    Hello Abdul!

    Congratulations on going to Salford!

    Do you have any children, adult dependents or medical conditions, or is this an extended length course may I ask?

    It would be interesting to see your funding entitlement, which can be found on your on-line account - if your willing to post it.

    Enjoy Salford!

    Hello and Thanks

    I don't have any adult dependants or medical conditions my course is 3-4 years long.

    Also my household income is below £9000
 
 
 
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