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  • 07 June 2017

    Applying for student finance is easy when you know how. Watch this video to find out what you need to do.

  • 21 April 2017

    Students reading EU students will continue to remain eligible for undergraduate, master’s, postgraduate and advanced learner financial support in academic year 2018 to 2019.

  • 27 March 2017

    Apply as early as possible to get everything in place to help yourself sort out your queries.

    Don’t know what you’ll be studying yet? Pick the course you’re most likely to study with the assistance of Study Bridge and get complete guidance for Student Finance Application.

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  • 01 March 2017

    Registrations are now open for April 2017 intake for the career oriented courses you always wished to study.

    Study Bridge assists to make your journey towards these courses easy by guiding you for your Course Selection, College Application as well as Student Finance Application.

    Click Here: http://www.study-bridge.co.uk/online-apply

  • 03 January 2017



    Apply now for career oriented courses and organise your living with them. Study Bridge assists to make your journey towards these courses simple and easy

    Click Here: http://www.study-bridge.co.uk/online-apply

  • 28 December 2016

    Students applying for university or college courses in 2016/17 should apply for their student finance now.

    Encourage your students to apply now to make sure theie budget is sorted before the course starts.

    The quickest and easiest way to apply is online at http://www.gov.uk/studentfinance
  • 02 February 2016

    Whether you are a new applicant, or a parent or sponsor supporting an application, following are some top tips before applications open for academic year 2016/17:

    New students
    - You don’t need a confirmed place to be able to apply for student finance – you can use your first choice of course and update it later.
    - Tuition Fee Loans are available to cover the cost of the fees and these are paid directly to the university or college once they confirm to us your attendance on the course.
    - There is also funding available to help you meet living costs, such as rent and bills. The amount of the Maintenance Loan is dependent on your household income, where you live and where you study.
    - New students can get clued up on what financial support is available before applying at gov.uk/studentfinance or studentfinancewales.co.uk. Extra help may be available to you if you have dependants or a disability.
    - When completing the online application form it is best to have your National Insurance Number and Passport details to hand as you will be asked for this information as part of the application process.
    - Keep a note of the email address you use when applying for student finance and make sure you choose a password that you’ll remember. The most common calls to the Student Loans Company are from students who have forgotten their password.
    - If you’re applying for funding based on household income, you and your sponsor (normally parent or partner) must provide the correct financial and personal information. Your funding can be removed if you are found to have provided incorrect details.

    Returning students
    - If you’re continuing your course this year but your personal details or family circumstances have changed since last year, make sure you gather the details in advance of submitting your application.
    - Be aware of fraudsters aiming to steal your student finance by sending phishing emails claiming to be from the Student Loans Company or Student Finance England/Wales.
    - Never post your bank details anywhere online or disclose them in an email or text.
    - Send any suspicious student finance emails to phishing@slc.co.uk to highlight them to the Student Loans Company, who can close them down to protect other students.

    Parents or sponsors
    The Student Loans Company will automatically verify things like income details directly with HMRC. Sometimes however, we need evidence from the sponsor of a student finance application. This should be submitted as soon as possible.

    Repaying your student loan
    You must pay back Tuition Fee Loans and Maintenance Loans but not until you’ve finished or left your course and are earning over the relevant threshold for your plan. The amount you repay is based on your income, not what you borrowed.

  • 24 April 2015

    Develop your key business skills, with our 4 years degree course; From management to human resource issues as well as organisation’s financial resources.

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  • 24 April 2015

    Apply as early as possible to get everything in place and to help yourself sort out your budgets.

    You can simply apply by creating an online account: https://www.gov.uk/student-finance

    Few things you'll need at hand to start applying:
    - UK Passport details (in date) OR Birth Certificate
    - Your university or college course details.

    Don’t know what you’ll be studying for yet? Pick the course you’re most likely to study, you can update course details in your account later once you know for sure.
    - Your UK bank details
    - National Insurance Number

     

  • 13 March 2015

    The University of Chester's latest annual review offers a comprehensive snapshot in time of the everyday life and world-beating achievements of one of England’s longest-established higher education institutions.

     

  • 06 March 2015

    Student Finance England is calling on aspiring students to apply for funding as soon as possible, with applications for the academic year 2015/16 now open.



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