I'm an EU student and I found myself in a dilemma.
I'm only applying to Student Finance for tuition fees loan (I don't meet the criteria for the maintenance loan, as I did not live in England for 5 years).
So I know I need to complete the EU16N form (yes, I'm a new student and yes, I'm going to study full time).
From what I read, I don't have to supply any parent-income-paper-thingy, as I am not applying to maintenance, right?
Here comes the dillema: I also want to apply to a bursary that my soon-to-be University has. And that bursary is... based on household income. On the Uni website it says
"EU students must first apply to the Student Loans Company EU Team for support with their tuition fees via the UK Government website.
The EU team will automatically check if you are eligible for a UCL Bursary and send you a form requesting details of your family/household income. You must complete this form and return it to the EU Team to be considered for a UCL Bursary."
Does that mean I should just complete the EU16N form and wait for SFE to send me further forms? (I know it kinda says that, but I want to be 100% sure)
Which forms? watch
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- 28-04-2016 14:06
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- 29-04-2016 13:33
Hi Andreea V
Once you submit the application, we check to see if you may be eligible for a bursary. If you are we will send you a form though the post to complete and we would then require household income details.
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- 29-04-2016 13:40
Alright, thank you and have a nice day