If you don’t have one, you’ll need to send original documents (passport or birth certificate) to Student Finance. Just make sure you allow a few weeks to get them back.
Can you apply for student finance without a passport?
Fill in the passport details form – do not send the passport itself. If you do not have a UK passport (or it has expired), send your original birth or adoption certificate to Student Finance England. Include your name and address.
What do you need when applying for student finance?
Most full-time and part-time students can apply online to Student Finance England.
- Set up a student finance online account.
- Log in and complete the online application.
- Include your household income if needed. Your parent or partner will be asked to confirm these details.
- Send in proof of identity, if needed.
Can you send a copy of birth certificate for student finance?
Proof of identity
Confirming a student’s identity is straight forward. They can send their original birth or adoption certificate along with a Birth/Adoption Certificate Declaration Form.
Will Student Finance send my passport back?
Please note that it takes around 2 week for Passports to be returned from the date received so bear this in mind if you’re going to be travelling soon.
What documents do parents need for student finance?
When you register, you’ll need to supply your National Insurance number and your personal income for the previous tax year. You should only give Student Finance England your details – if you live with a partner, they’ll ask for their details separately.
When can I apply for student finance 2020 21?
All students should:
The deadline to apply is 22 May for new students and 19 June for returning students. Even if you don’t know what course you are doing, you should still apply now, just enter your first choice and you can update the application later if required.
How much money do you get from student finance?
What are the minimum and maximum Maintenance Loans in England? The minimum Maintenance Loan on offer for students from England is £3,516, which is paid to students with a household income of £58,222 or more and who’ll be living at home during their time at uni.
Should I open a student bank account before applying for student finance?
Set up a student bank account before you apply for any student loan. Any maintenance loan, grants, bursaries or scholarships you’re entitled to will be paid directly into the account you’ve listed on your student loan application form, so it’s wise to set up your account beforehand.
How long does it take for student finance to be approved?
You’ll need to create a student finance account if you’re a new student or sign into an existing account if you’re a returning student. It can take up to 6 weeks to process your application. You might have to provide extra evidence.
How does university confirm your attendance to student finance?
Loan payments are released by an attendance confirmation to the Student Loans Company (SLC). Attendance will be confirmed when you enrol in full and provided the SLC has asked us to confirm attendance (i.e. the University has received an electronic copy of the student’s assessment).
Does Student Finance letter count as proof of address?
We are able to accept the following items as proof of address: Full UK driving licence. … TV licence. Student letter – this must be from a University or College, or a letter from the Student Loans Company.
How do I know if my Student Finance has been accepted?
Student finance approved
If your application for student finance is approved you’ll receive a Notification of Entitlement letter. If your application is unsuccessful we’ll write to tell you why.
Does working part time affect student finance?
Student Finance NI offices will always count your own income. This will include non-earned income, such as interest from savings, but not casual or part-time earnings during your course.
Can you cancel student finance?
How to cancel student finance. If your plans change before the start of your course, you can amend or cancel your funding application. You’ll have to contact Student Finance England or the relevant administering body to process this.