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I have filled the form EU17N, but as I can see, no part of it was asking for an evidence of parents income. However, I'd need to send it to the SFE somehow, since my uni will ask them for it to consider me for bursaries.

Should I include the evidence of my income, or will they ask me for it later?

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(Original post by nervcandidate)
Hi,

I have filled the form EU17N, but as I can see, no part of it was asking for an evidence of parents income. However, I'd need to send it to the SFE somehow, since my uni will ask them for it to consider me for bursaries.

Should I include the evidence of my income, or will they ask me for it later?

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Hi,

No need to send any evidence just now.

If you're entitled to the EU Bursary we'll send you the relevant form once your Tuition Fee loan has been assessed.

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