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Advanced Learner Loan 2021

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You can apply for an Advanced Learner Loan (https://www.gov.uk/advanced-learner-loan/how-to- apply) to help with the cost of college tuition or training provider in England.

The suitability of the loan does not depend on your salary and there is no credit rating.

Check your eligibility (https://www.gov.uk/advanced-learner-loan/eligibility) before applying for an advanced study loan.

If you are studying for a Level 3 degree, you may be eligible for an ‘Adult Education Budget’ in lieu of an Advanced Learner Loan. If you receive a grant, you do not have to pay it. Ask your college or training provider about grants before applying for a loan.

If someone is applying for an Adult Grant (https://www.gov.uk/adult-dependants-grant) on your behalf, the amount they receive may be affected if you apply successfully for
Advanced Learner Loan.

Different fees are available if you want to study in Scotland, Northern Ireland or Wales. See:

Scottish student sponsorship Northern Ireland student scholarship funding for Welsh students

When you repay the loan

You will have to start repaying your loan (https://www.gov.uk/repaying-your-student-loan/when-you- start-and-finish-repaying) once your income has run out of a certain amount (the amount is the 'limit').

You will be charged interest on the day you receive the first payment.
 

Obtaining Higher Education (HE)

English Financial Students will ‘cancel’ any outstanding Advanced Learner Loan balances you must pay for Access to HE studies upon completion of higher education. This means you do not have to pay for it.

Tertiary education must be eligible for student funding (https://www.gov.uk/student- finance / who is eligible).

Loan Bursary Fund

You may also be eligible for funding from the Advanced Learner Loan Bursary Fund (https://www.gov.uk/advanced-learner-loan/bursary-fund) if you need help with other expenses while studying, for example child care, travel or travel related travel. your.

Use the Money Advice Service to find out the cost of borrowing.

2. What will you get

How much you earn depends on:

the type of payment for your course
the highest loan available for your course

The minimum loan you can get is £ 300 and is paid directly to your college or training provider. You do not need to borrow full tuition fees - you can pay for some of them.
The number of loans you can get
You can apply for up to 4 loans and you can get more than one at a time.

You can apply for a loan to take the same level of study, for example a degree at the same level in History if you already have a loan of the same level in Maths.

You can only apply once for a Higher Education Access course.


Levels

You can apply for a loan to finance each course you take up to your A Levels - up to 4 A Levels.

This means you can have up to 8 loans if you take each A Level as 2 different subjects. Subjects must be in the same subject in order to obtain a full A Level.
You can get more than 3 loans for non-A level studies before or after your A Levels course.

3. Qualification

 
Whether you qualify for an Advanced Learner Loan depends on the following:

age course
college or national training provider or residency position
You must be 19 years or older on the first day of your studies. Your course should be:
Level 3, 4, 5 or 6 degrees (https://www.gov.uk/what-different-qualification-levels-mean), for example A Levels or graduation certificate
accredited college or training provider in England

Ask your college or training provider if you do not know if your course is appropriate.

Your nationality or residence status
In most cases, all of the following should work. You must:

Stay in the UK on the first day of your studies

be UK or have 'planned status' (this means there are no limits on how long you can stay)
they lived in the UK, Channel Islands or the Isle of Man for 3 years before starting your studies
You may be eligible if you are a UK citizen (or a UK family member) or:

returned to the UK on 1 January 2018 and after and on 31 December 2020 after residency in the EU,
Switzerland, Norway, Iceland or Liechtenstein
he lived in the EU, Switzerland, Norway, Iceland or Liechtenstein on 31 December 2020 and has lived in the UK, EU, Gibraltar, Switzerland, Norway, Iceland or Liechtenstein for the past 3 years.

If you are an EU citizen or a member of an EU country family


You may be eligible if you are an EU citizen, or a member of an EU country family, and all of the following apply:

has completed or determined the status under the EU Settlement Scheme
has often lived in the UK, Gibraltar, the EU, Switzerland, Norway, Iceland or Liechtenstein for the past 3 years
You may also qualify if you:

a child of a Swiss nationality
 

A Gibraltar citizen who is a native of the UK or EU, or a member of their family


Student fees for EU, Swiss, Norwegian, Icelandic or Liechtenstein countries from August 2021

If you start your studies on or after August 1, 2021, you should have adjusted or reorganized the situation under the EU Settlement Program for student scholarships.

You need to start living in the UK by 31 December 2020 to apply to the EU Settlement
Scheme. The deadline for applications was 30 June 2021 for most people. You can still apply if you have 'reasonable grounds' for not applying on time - for example, being ill or being a victim of domestic violence.

Irish citizens do not need to apply for a visa or an EU Residence Scheme. They can apply to the EU Settlement Scheme.

Student fees for EU, Swiss, Norwegian, Icelandic or Liechtenstein countries from August 2021


If you start your studies on or after August 1, 2021, you should have adjusted or reorganized the situation under the EU Settlement Program for student scholarships.

You need to start living in the UK by 31 December 2020 to apply to the EU Settlement
Scheme. The deadline for applications was 30 June 2021 for most people. You can still apply if you have 'reasonable grounds' for not applying on time - for example, being ill or being a victim of domestic violence.

Irish citizens do not need to apply for a visa or an EU Residence Scheme. They can apply to the EU Settlement Scheme if they want, for example, to apply on behalf of a child.

If you have a different position to stay


You may also be eligible if your residency status is as follows:

  • A refugee, or one family member
  • A migrant worker or border worker, or a member of his or her family
  • Is a family member of a person in Northern Ireland and has a pre-determined status under the EU Settlement Scheme
  • You are not from the UK but have lived in the UK for at least 20 years (or at least half your life)
  • Under the protection of a personal or family member of a foster child of a Turkish employee
  • To stay in the UK as an innumerable person, or a member of their family, and your career began on or after 1 August 2018
  • Have you been granted 'Calais leave' to stay, or someone else's child has been granted 'Calais leave' to stay - if your study begins or after 1 August 2020
  • A former member of the UK military, or spouse, community partner or loyal parent or child living with them, is conducting distance learning courses from outside the UK starting on or after August 1st.
  • You have been granted permanent residency because you have been the victim of domestic violence
  • You have been granted permanent leave as a bereaved spouse

4. How to apply

1. Ask your college or training provider if the course is right for you.
2. Ask for a ‘Financial literacy’ book - you need this to complete the application. It contains details about your course.
3. Apply online - you will need to register first. You can apply by post if you cannot apply online.
 
4. You will receive a letter confirming your loan - usually within 2 weeks of applying online (postal applications take longer).

What you need to know
You cannot apply until you receive a 'study and funding information' from your college or training provider.

You can apply for a loan without a National Insurance Number (https://www.gov.uk/apply-national- insurance number) but you must have it before a loan can be paid.

Apply by post

If you are unable to apply online, apply by post - the address is in the form.

Read the Student Financial Privacy Notice to find out how the information you provide will be used.

If you start your studies before or after 1 August 2021

Download 'Student Application Form on or after August 1, 2021' (https://www.gov.uk/government/publications/advanced-learner-loan-application-form-for-students- whose-courses-start -start) -on-or-after-1-August-2021)

Download 'Terms and Conditions for students starting on or after 1 August 2021' (https://www.gov.uk/government/publications/advanced-learner-loans-terms-and-conditions-for- students-who-started -on- or-after-1-August-2021)

If you have started your studies before 1 August 2021


Download 'Student Application Form before August 1, 2021' (https://www.gov.uk/government/publications/advanced-learner-loan-application-form-for-students- who-started-before- 1- August-2021)

Download 'Terms and Conditions for students who started before August 1, 2021' (https://www.gov.uk/government/publications/advanced-learner-loans-terms-and-conditions-for- students-who-started-before -1-August-2021)

Proof of identity

If you are a UK citizen, include your UK passport details in your application as proof of identity. If you forget, use the 'UK passport details' form.

If you do not have a UK passport (or expired), submit your first birth or adoption certificate to Student Finance England.

Enter your name and address. You should also enter your customer reference number if you have one. This is an 11-digit number. You can find it in letters or emails you have received from Student Finance England.

If you are from an EU country, send your EU passport or identity card the first time you apply.
 
Download ‘Advanced Student Loan: UK passport details form’ (https://www.gov.uk/government/publications/advanced-learner-loan-uk-passport-details-form)

Support details

Use the 'Return Recovery Form' if you need to submit additional information to support your request, such as proof of residency status.

Download the ‘Leaner Loaner Advanced: evidence recovery form’ (https://www.gov.uk/government/publications/advanced-leaner-loan-evidence-return-form)

Switch app
Once your request has been approved you can log into your account to make changes online (https://www.gov.uk/student-finance-register-login).

If you just want to change the amount of your loan you can use the loan application form instead.

Download ‘Advanced Student Loan: Loan Application Form’ (https://www.gov.uk/government/publications/advanced-learner-loan-loan-request-form)

5. Bursary Fund

You can apply for a loan from the Loan Bursary Fund after receiving a letter approving your Advanced Learner Loan.

Money can help pay for things like:

accommodation and travel lessons and child care equipment
class aid for disability or hard study - once you have been assessed by your college or training provider

How to apply

Apply to your college or training provider - each has its own application process. How much you earn depends on the provider's scheme and your circumstances.

Talk to student services if you need support with your app.

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