If you or your parent(s) need to provide evidence of marital status. When you first apply for student finance, we may need to confirm your or your parent’s marital status; to do this we need you to supply evidence. If you or your parent indicate that you are single, usually we’ll not ask you to provide evidence.
Do I have to send evidence for student finance?
You don’t need to send any evidence of household income when you first apply. … Later in the process, you might be asked to provide evidence like payslips or P60s to prove your parents’ or partner’s income. You should send photocopies of these documents: if you send the originals, you won’t get them back.
Do Student Finance Ask for proof of address?
You do not normally need to provide evidence of your residence at the time of applying, but SFE might ask you to provide it later. Examples of documents you could provide include a tenancy agreement, or payslips, or bank statements.
What documents do I need for student finance?
What documents do you need when you’re applying for Student Finance?
- A working email address if you’re applying online. …
- A bank account in your own name. …
- School, uni and course details. …
- An in-date UK passport.
How do I know if Student Finance received my evidence?
If you don’t hear from SFE within a few weeks of applying, phone them on 0300 100 0607 to check the progress of your application, and to ask whether you need to provide any further evidence.
How long does it take for student finance to process evidence?
Student Finance England
It takes around 4 weeks for evidence items to be processed and updated to your online account.
How do I send evidence to Student Finance England?
Include your valid UK passport details in your application the first time you apply. 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.
Can you be refused a student loan?
A rejection for a loan application can be disheartening. … Even if you have received a government-funded loan or have been granted a scholarship from your institution, you may find that you still need to apply for a private student loan to help finance your studies.
How do I submit evidence to student finance?
The quickest and easiest way for you to provide your financial evidence is by uploading it via your or your sponsor’s online account. You can watch our evidence walkthrough film for more information on how to upload evidence to an online account. Alternatively, the evidence can be posted to us.
Can you get more than 4 years student finance?
If you are applying for a 3 year course and have studied 5 months of a different course, you’ll get 3 years of funding. If you are applying for a 4 year course and have studied 2 years of a different course, you’ll get 3 years of funding.
What happens if you apply late for student finance?
If you have missed the student finance deadline, you should still apply as soon as you can. You can apply for student finance until nine months after the start of your academic year. When you apply late, you do still get a student loan but the money may not reach your account in time for your start date.
What is the deadline for student finance 2020?
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.
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.
How long does it take for a student loan to be approved?
Applicants from England
Applications take at least six weeks to be processed, but Student Finance England will do an initial assessment so you have some money as close to the start of your course as possible.