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    I'm a first year EU student studying in the UK, with a relatively low family income. In order to get an income based scholarship, my university needs proof of my income from the Student Finance. However, when I was applying for a loan, I couldn't find a form that asked me about my family income, nor one I could attach this evidence to. Is it still possible to get income assessed, as an EU student? If so, what forms should I return?
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    (Original post by MissReckless)
    I'm a first year EU student studying in the UK, with a relatively low family income. In order to get an income based scholarship, my university needs proof of my income from the Student Finance. However, when I was applying for a loan, I couldn't find a form that asked me about my family income, nor one I could attach this evidence to. Is it still possible to get income assessed, as an EU student? If so, what forms should I return?
    Hi MissReckless,

    You can be confident once your application is fully approved, a bursary form will be automatically sent to you, for both you and your parents to complete.

    Once returned to us and updated on our system, your university can access that information for bursary purposes.

    Thanks Rona
 
 
 
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