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I have just graduated from my first degree and in September will be starting a professional qualification in veterinary medicine and surgery. I have applied for student finance and have been given a large amount of maintenance loan (greater than what I received annually in my previous degree).

I am wondering will I continue to get this amount for the next 5 years of my course or will this just be a one time payment? I have already received maintenance loan for the past 3 years of my previous degree. I am not eligible for tuition fee loans.
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It sounds like you have been classed as an independent student and so your household income is assessed based on any spouse you have and not on your parents.
If you’re classed as independent then that will continue for the duration of your new course
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It sounds like you have been classed as an independent student and so your household income is assessed based on any spouse you have and not on your parents.
If you’re classed as independent then that will continue for the duration of your new course
I don't think that's right. My parents had to send in how much they make, etc for my application to go through.
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