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I am looking to apply for a student loan next year to start uni in September 2020, I am over 25 I understand I am classed as an independent student, do I still have to provide evidence of income and if so would a tax summary be okay and bank statements?
I have a tax summary for one year, a p60 for another showing earning over £10,000 and a p60 for another only showing £5,000 but that is because I was off sick for a lot of that year. However I have 8 years of bank statements, where a lot of those years I earnt over £10,000, any help would be much appreciated. Thanks
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I am looking to apply for a student loan next year to start uni in September 2020, I am over 25 I understand I am classed as an independent student, do I still have to provide evidence of income and if so would a tax summary be okay and bank statements?
I have a tax summary for one year, a p60 for another showing earning over £10,000 and a p60 for another only showing £5,000 but that is because I was off sick for a lot of that year. However I have 8 years of bank statements, where a lot of those years I earnt over £10,000, any help would be much appreciated. Thanks
Hi there,

Yes as you are over 25 you will be classed as an independent student. You will not need to provide evidence of your income.

If you have a living with a partner or have a spouse, they will need to provide their income details in order to assess you for the higher amount of Maintenance Loan.

Thanks, Ashley.
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