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    Hi!

    I'm a new full time EU student and I would like to apply for tuition fee loan. The course is at a public university and costs £ 9,000 a year.

    My question is: If I don't send evidence of income because my parents refuse to give me their income statements, am I still entitled to get the full £ 9,000 tuition fee loan?

    Please help!
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    The tuition fee loan is a non-income assessed loan. Your parents don't need to send in any details of their income.
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    (Original post by Tiger Rag)
    The tuition fee loan is a non-income assessed loan. Your parents don't need to send in any details of their income.
    I've been so worried about this. Thank you very much for replying!
 
 
 
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