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Loans available from the government
You’ll be able to take out a tuition fee loan. You won't start repaying your student loans for tuition fees and living costs until you've finished studying and you're earning over £21,000 a year.
You'll also be able to get a loan for your living costs (food, accommodation and travel). The maximum you'll get is:
- £5,500 if you live away from home
- £4,375 if you live with your parents or guardians.
Applying for financial support
Contact Student Finance England as soon as possible – even if you haven’t had a firm offer from a university.
You can get an application form by calling 0845 300 5090, or they can apply online:
- www.gov.uk/studentfinance (English students).
It’s important to stick to deadlines for returning your form to make sure your money is available at the start of term.
- If you’re applying for support for an NHS course visit www.nhsbsa.nhs.uk/students
If you're a student from Wales, Northern Ireland or Scotland
To find out what loans and grants are available, please visit: