Mature student, applying to Uni, advice in "income"

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DCDCo
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I will be effectively leaving my current employment when I start studying, doing a much reduced time-table to ensure that I am able to engage fully in full time study.

I have never completed the process before, I was just a little concerned if they wanted to see "proof" of my income because at the moment it will show a combined household income of £75k+ but obviously, when I stop work, this will drop down to £25k or so.

Will I be able to accurately reflect this in my application?
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Hey,

I will be effectively leaving my current employment when I start studying, doing a much reduced time-table to ensure that I am able to engage fully in full time study.

I have never completed the process before, I was just a little concerned if they wanted to see "proof" of my income because at the moment it will show a combined household income of £75k+ but obviously, when I stop work, this will drop down to £25k or so.

Will I be able to accurately reflect this in my application?
Hi DCDCo ,

What course will you be planning to study and what university? What are your family circumstances will you be over 25 years old prior to the start of the academic year and do you live with a partner/husband ?


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Hi DCDCo ,

What course will you be planning to study and what university? What are your family circumstances will you be over 25 years old prior to the start of the academic year and do you live with a partner/husband ?


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Course: Law
Uni: One of 3 in London
Age: Over 25
Residential Status: Home owner, living with partner.
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Course: Law
Uni: One of 3 in London
Age: Over 25
Residential Status: Home owner, living with partner.
Hi DCDCo,

If you will be over 25 years and living with your partner, it will be your partners income that we would use to assess your Student Finance application. If you are applying in 2018/19 academic year we would require the tax year income information for 2016/17 Tax year.

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Hi DCDCo,

If you will be over 25 years and living with your partner, it will be your partners income that we would use to assess your Student Finance application. If you are applying in 2018/19 academic year we would require the tax year income information for 2016/17 Tax year.

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Ah ok, so I just need the income information from my partner? Excellent.

Thanks for the quick reply.
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Ah ok, so I just need the income information from my partner? Excellent.

Thanks for the quick reply.
Hi DCDCo,

That's correct yes, it would just be based on your partners income.

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John.
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