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    I’m going to Uni this year September but I’m currently at college and working full time, it is becoming challenging for me to balance both. I’m planning to do occasional shifts whilst at university or work more hours during school holidays. I am a mature student 10 years of not studying or in any school but I’m determined to work hard and pass . I’m planning to get any financial help I can get like bursary or maintenance loan. My question is, am I eligible for any financial help because I don’t have children and I live alone?
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    (Original post by Kebz)
    I’m going to Uni this year September but I’m currently at college and working full time, it is becoming challenging for me to balance both. I’m planning to do occasional shifts whilst at university or work more hours during school holidays. I am a mature student 10 years of not studying or in any school but I’m determined to work hard and pass . I’m planning to get any financial help I can get like bursary or maintenance loan. My question is, am I eligible for any financial help because I don’t have children and I live alone?
    If you've lived in the UK for at least 3 years (or 5 if you're an EU student) and don't have a degree already, you're entitled to a tuition fee loan and a maintenance loan. You should also get a bursary from your university.
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    If you've lived in the UK for at least 3 years (or 5 if you're an EU student) and don't have a degree already, you're entitled to a tuition fee loan and a maintenance loan. You should also get a bursary from your university.
    Thanks a lot for your reply
 
 
 
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