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Dont have enough fund

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Reply 1
Dont have enough fund
Reply 2
This is very basic thread giving lack of information and how to get help from people
so please add more information.
2: what funds and what for (highlight first point)
Reply 3
The savings i have can only pay deposit and accomadation
Reply 4
Original post by Babsjan
The savings i have can only pay deposit and accomadation

then why don't you apply to student finance?
and see if you are able to ask for student help at your university.
also try and get a job while in university to help
Reply 5
Original post by JF ZAK
then why don't you apply to student finance?
and see if you are able to ask for student help at your university.
also try and get a job while in university to help

I am outside europe..i was given a bursary of €3000 needs about €27000 in my account to apply for ukvi
Reply 6
Original post by Babsjan
I am outside europe..i was given a bursary of €3000 needs about €27000 in my account to apply for ukvi

by outside Europe you mean you lived in the UK before, or you're going there just for university?
Reply 7
Original post by JF ZAK
by outside Europe you mean you lived in the UK before, or you're going there just for university?

Yep
Reply 8
Original post by Babsjan
Yep

by yep which one r u answering to
plz be more specific
You’ll need to be a bit clearer about what you’re asking.
Reply 10
Original post by Admit-One
You’ll need to be a bit clearer about what you’re asking.

All the money i have is just have of the tuition fees. Dont know how i can go on to apply for ukvi
Reply 11
Original post by JF ZAK
by yep which one r u answering to
plz be more specific
I am going to uk for study
Original post by Babsjan
All the money i have is just have of the tuition fees. Dont know how i can go on to apply for ukvi


If it’s just UKVI fees then it might be best to borrow from friends/family and then pay it back when you can.
If you need other funds beyond tuition fees then the uni you have the offer for may have a funding page with further info.
Reply 13
Original post by Admit-One
If it’s just UKVI fees then it might be best to borrow from friends/family and then pay it back when you can.
If you need other funds beyond tuition fees then the uni you have the offer for may have a funding page with further info.

I mean the proof of fund for the ukvi.. not the ukvi fees
Reply 14
Original post by Babsjan
I am going to uk for study

have u tried to ask your university if you're eligible for extra funds?
Reply 15
From the mail sent, i can only access no more than 6000. I still need about 23000
Original post by Babsjan
I mean the proof of fund for the ukvi.. not the ukvi fees

Ah, I see. You mean evidence of funds, not an application fee. Have you spoken to the international office at your incoming uni? They can often given UKVI advice.

Where are your living fees coming from?
(edited 1 month ago)
Reply 17
Original post by Admit-One
Ah, I see. You mean evidence of unfair, not an application fee. Have you spoken to the international office at your incoming uni? They can often given UKVI advice.
Where are your living fees coming from?

My living fees is all my savings here in Nigeria, and i already paid in the tuition deposit €4000. But the bal. Of €17,000 of school fees is scheduled for 4installements. This fund needs to be in my account and i don't have them. Does the ukvi allows one to just present pof of only living fees?
Original post by Babsjan
My living fees is all my savings here in Nigeria, and i already paid in the tuition deposit €4000. But the bal. Of €17,000 of school fees is scheduled for 4installements. This fund needs to be in my account and i don't have them. Does the ukvi allows one to just present pof of only living fees?

My understanding is that you need evidence of funds to pay any outstanding course fees and funds to cover your living costs.

As above, you need to speak to your uni about this though. They should have an international office or an immigration team who can provide qualified advice. UKCI stuff is complicated and few people on TSR have experience with it.
Reply 19
Original post by Admit-One
My understanding is that you need evidence of funds to pay any outstanding course fees and funds to cover your living costs.
As above, you need to speak to your uni about this though. They should have an international office or an immigration team who can provide qualified advice. UKCI stuff is complicated and few people on TSR have experience with it.

Thank you, your guide is awesome

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