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I'm trying to apply for a PG loan, I'm EU national with settled status.
The system doesn't allow me to proceed if I put "September 2021" as start of the course, on the other hand if I put a different month I'm able to proceed.
My course is actually starting in September, what can I do?

EDIT:is not working even with a different month
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Hello there

I am in the exact same situation.

I have just had a look at the government website and this is what I found: "You’ll be able to apply for funding for the 2021 to 2022 academic year from summer 2021. Applications are not yet open - this guide will be updated as soon as they are."

I remember I read they normally open at the end of June, so just keep an eye on their website.

You can find more info here -> https://www.gov.uk/masters-loan

Good luck with your post grad!
Andrea - Psychology - Kingston University
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Hello there

I am in the exact same situation.

I have just had a look at the government website and this is what I found: "You’ll be able to apply for funding for the 2021 to 2022 academic year from summer 2021. Applications are not yet open - this guide will be updated as soon as they are."

I remember I read they normally open at the end of June, so just keep an eye on their website.

You can find more info here -> https://www.gov.uk/masters-loan

Good luck with your post grad!
Andrea - Psychology - Kingston University
Jeeez I'm pretty sure I read somewhere that applications are opened for PG too...
I'll keep on F5ing like crazy in every possible website... :-)
Thanks for your answer!
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(Original post by Adelaide84)
I'm trying to apply for a PG loan, I'm EU national with settled status.
The system doesn't allow me to proceed if I put "September 2021" as start of the course, on the other hand if I put a different month I'm able to proceed.
My course is actually starting in September, what can I do?

EDIT:is not working even with a different month
(Original post by Kingston University)
Hello there

I am in the exact same situation.

I have just had a look at the government website and this is what I found: "You’ll be able to apply for funding for the 2021 to 2022 academic year from summer 2021. Applications are not yet open - this guide will be updated as soon as they are."

I remember I read they normally open at the end of June, so just keep an eye on their website.

You can find more info here -> https://www.gov.uk/masters-loan

Good luck with your post grad!
Andrea - Psychology - Kingston University
Hi, you can sign up to the mailing list https://studentfinance.campaign.gov.uk/ to be notified as soon as the application launches.
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Hi, you can sign up to the mailing list https://studentfinance.campaign.gov.uk/ to be notified as soon as the application launches.
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Hi Isaac,
so, can you confirm that application for PG is not opened yet??
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Hi Isaac,
so, can you confirm that application for PG is not opened yet??
I can confirm it has not launched yet
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I can confirm it has not launched yet
You really saved my day!
I was going crazy browsing on every possible website while trying to make a call with SFE helpline!
Thank you so much!!!!
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You really saved my day!
I was going crazy browsing on every possible website while trying to make a call with SFE helpline!
Thank you so much!!!!
You're welcome. It will be very soon so keep an eye on your emails and on gov.uk/slc
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I'm trying to apply for a PG loan, I'm EU national with settled status.
The system doesn't allow me to proceed if I put "September 2021" as start of the course, on the other hand if I put a different month I'm able to proceed.
My course is actually starting in September, what can I do?

EDIT:is not working even with a different month
(Original post by Kingston University)
Hello there

I am in the exact same situation.

I have just had a look at the government website and this is what I found: "You’ll be able to apply for funding for the 2021 to 2022 academic year from summer 2021. Applications are not yet open - this guide will be updated as soon as they are."

I remember I read they normally open at the end of June, so just keep an eye on their website.

You can find more info here -> https://www.gov.uk/masters-loan

Good luck with your post grad!
Andrea - Psychology - Kingston University
Hi, the 21/22 Postgraduate, Part time and Advanced Learner Loan applications are now live. You can apply for the 21/22 academic year today.



https://studentfinance.campaign.gov.uk/



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