New EU student and Household Income

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Hello,

After reading thru many of these post I am still a bit confused. Would like to have all paperwork ready in full.

I would be full-time EU student starting September/October(depends on uni) and I am eligible for student finance.
I have few questions:
1. Do EU students need to provide household income or not?
2. It is saying new EU students can't apply yet but someone has posted this form
here that is for EU 2017/2018
http://www.slc.co.uk/media/7967/eu_e...orm_1718_d.pdf
3. So can we apply already or wait and if you say we need to wait can you please give a reason for it :-)

Many thanks for your help!
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(Original post by Annabel2017)
Hello,

After reading thru many of these post I am still a bit confused. Would like to have all paperwork ready in full.

I would be full-time EU student starting September/October(depends on uni) and I am eligible for student finance.
I have few questions:
1. Do EU students need to provide household income or not?
2. It is saying new EU students can't apply yet but someone has posted this form
here that is for EU 2017/2018
http://www.slc.co.uk/media/7967/eu_e...orm_1718_d.pdf
3. So can we apply already or wait and if you say we need to wait can you please give a reason for it :-)

Many thanks for your help!
1) not for the initial application. If your university offers income assessed bursaries then you may be asked to complete a follow up form with income details.
2) & 3) EU applications for new students are not yet open. When they are you will find the formS here: https://www.gov.uk/student-finance-f...18/new-student
The application form is only one of the 2 forms you need to complete (see last year's form and evidence factsheet/certifier form here: https://www.gov.uk/student-finance-f...17/new-student )

The deadline for EU students is not for MONTHS yet - there's no need to worry.
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1) not for the initial application. If your university offers income assessed bursaries then you may be asked to complete a follow up form with income details.
2) & 3) EU applications for new students are not yet open. When they are you will find the formS here: https://www.gov.uk/student-finance-f...18/new-student
The application form is only one of the 2 forms you need to complete (see last year's form and evidence factsheet/certifier form here: https://www.gov.uk/student-finance-f...17/new-student )

The deadline for EU students is not for MONTHS yet - there's no need to worry.
Hi,

Yes, I am aware of all the forms.

Thank you
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