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    Hi,
    I am to be a full time EU student from Spetember this year. I have few questions and I am hoping to get the answers:
    1. When is the deadline to submit an application?
    2. As proof of identity is photocopy of passsport authorised by a local Public notary acceptable or do I need to send the passport as such?
    3. Is Loan available to EU students for Masters and PhD?
    4. If I would become a full time PhD student (after finishing undergraduate studies) without being employed, what interest would be calculated to my undergrauate loan and at what rate at what rate?
    Thanks in advnace

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    Hi,
    I am to be a full time EU student from Spetember this year. I have few questions and I am hoping to get the answers:
    1. When is the deadline to submit an application?
    2. As proof of identity is photocopy of passsport authorised by a local Public notary acceptable or do I need to send the passport as such?
    3. Is Loan available to EU students for Masters and PhD?
    4. If I would become a full time PhD student (after finishing undergraduate studies) without being employed, what interest would be calculated to my undergrauate loan and at what rate at what rate?
    Thanks in advnace

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    1. there is no deadline for EU students but aim for the end of May
    2. see http://media.slc.co.uk/sfe/1617/eu/e..._fs_1617_d.pdf
    3. there is a separate postgrad loan system available from this year for postgraduate masters courses. Most PhDs have some sort of funding attached - eligibility will vary
    4. See the section here on Interest rates: http://media.slc.co.uk/repayment/qsg...o-i-repay.html
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    3. EU students may be eligible for the new Masters loans. PhDs are not funded through a loan scheme in the UK. There are a range of funding methods, but generally, you will apply for a funded PhD. The funding is not repayable, but they are incredibly competitive. It's like applying for a well-paid job at a great company - everyone wants it!
 
 
 
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