The information below is provided for applicants who would like to check whether or not they meet the financial eligibility criterion (..."be from a low-income background and in receipt of more than the minimum levels of support detailed from your regional funding body").
Applicants who received at least the following levels of support from their regional funding body during their degree meet the financial eligibility. The minimum qualifying support levels for the different regions are set out below:
Students who received at least the following levels of maintenance loan in the year 2023-23 are eligible:
- Studying outside London, not living with parents: £7,791
- Studying in London, not living with parents: £10,324
- Living at home: £6,314
If you are currently on a placement year and only eligible to receive a non-means tested level of loan, please get in contact with Ella (firstname.lastname@example.org).
Students in receipt of the following are eligible:
- Young student bursary of at least £500
- Independent student loan of at least £6600 in 2022-23
Maintenance grant of at least £689
Minimum qualifying support levels for students who began their undergraduate course during or after the 2018-19 academic year:
- Studying outside London, not living with parents: Maintenance grant of at least £5,208
- Studying in London, not living with parents: Maintenance grant of at least £6,408
- Living at home: Maintenance grant of at least £4,488