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Hi everyone. I was looking on the U.K. gov website and it said that there’s no upper age limit to be eligible for tuition fees but it specifically said “tuition fees” and not “maintenance loan” (which I’m assuming is the living costs ie. living at uni. If I’m, say, 20, when I start my undergrad course, will I be eligible for both of these (living costs and tuition fees)?
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Yes. You can get a maintenance loan until you're 60 years old as long as it's your first degree.
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