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    I am currently going into my third year of university, and i have lived at home for the previous two years of my study, i have decided i want to live in a student house with my friends for third year, i have just changed my circumstances on the student finance website on my application, but im worried that i won't receive anymore money to cover costs or rent, bills ect, will my student finance be increased due to not being living at home anymore? thank you
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    Overall you'll be receiving less as a final year student (compared to first and second year kids) just keep that in mind.
    But if you applied already and stated you're living at home, the amount should increase once SFE receive the form. Relax until then

    I did the same as you, lived at home for year 1 and 2 then moved out for year 3.
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    Is it worth moving out when you're from the city? I'm going into second year planning to move into halls because I never really made friends living at home, but I dunno if it's worth it?


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