2 i STUDENT FINANCE ENGLAND AN INTRODUCTION Student Finance England provide financial support on behalf of the UK government to students from England entering higher education in the UK. The two main costs you will have while studying are tuition fees and living costs. SFE make finance available to help students with both*. Depending on your circumstances, course and where you study, you may be able to get a range of financial help and support. This includes grants and bursaries (which don t have to be paid back) and loans (which do). i *Full-time students. Part-time students can get tuition fee and DSA support from SFE.
3 i SESSION CONTENTS Section 1 What support can you get? Section 2 How do you get it? Section 3 When & how do you repay it? Section 4 - Managing your money
4 SECTION 1 WHAT SUPPORT CAN YOU GET? FEES, LOANS, GRANTS & MORE *Figures shown in this section are based on the 2015/16 student finance policy and may change
5 TUITION FEE Loan SECTION 3 SECTION TITLE IN HERE SUBHEADER IN HERE Extra support Maintenance support
6 SECTION 1 HOW MUCH DO YOU KNOW? TUITION FEES Q What s the maximum tuition fee universities or colleges can currently charge new students*? A 9,000 Q How much of this would you need to pay up front before going to uni or college*? A 0 *Eligible students, living in England and studying at a publicly funded university or college.
7 SECTION 1 TUITION FEES AND LOANS AN OVERVIEW With tuition fees of up to 9,000, how can you afford to go to uni? Eligible students won t have to pay any tuition fees up front.* A Tuition Fee Loan is available to cover the fee charged by a university or college.* A Tuition Fee Loan doesn t depend on household income. SFE pay the Tuition Fee Loan directly to your university or college. The loan is repayable, but only when your income is over 21,000. i *Up to 9,000 for full-time courses at a publicly funded uni or college or up to 6,000 for approved courses at private providers.
8 Tuition Fee Loan SECTION 3 SECTION TITLE IN HERE SUBHEADER IN HERE Extra support MAINTENANCE support
9 SECTION 1 MAINTENANCE SUPPORT AN OVERVIEW Maintenance support is available to help with your living costs while in higher education. There are two main types of support, Maintenance Loan (that you pay back) and Maintenance Grant (that you don t). All eligible students are entitled to get some Maintenance support.* The amount of Maintenance Loan you can get depends on where you live and study. Maintenance support is paid directly into your bank account each term. i *Most of the Maintenance Loan available to you is not linked to household income. (65% is non means tested)
10 SECTION 1 MAINTENANCE LOAN MAXIMUM LEVELS FOR 2015/16 Parental home Live at home while you study Up to 4,565 Elsewhere Live away from home & study outside London Up to 5,740 London Live away from home & study in London Up to 8,009 i If studying overseas as part of a UK course, Maintenance Loan support is still available; up to 6,820 for 2015/16.
11 SECTION 1 MAINTENANCE GRANT SUPPORT AND MEANS TESTING The Maintenance Grant doesn t have to be repaid. How much grant you can get depends on your household income. Household income: up to 25,000 Full grant: 3,387 Household income: up to 42,620 Partial grant: (Min 50) i You can get an estimate of your student finance entitlement using the calculator on: gov.uk/studentfinance
12 Tuition Fee Loan SECTION 3 SECTION TITLE IN HERE SUBHEADER IN HERE EXTRA support Maintenance support
13 SECTION 1 EXTRA SUPPORT BURSARIES AND SCHOLARSHIPS Many universities and colleges offer financial support to their students through bursaries and scholarships: Bursaries: linked to personal circumstances and often, household income awards can include discounted tuition fees, accommodation or cash Scholarships: linked to academic results or ability in an area such as sport or music can be subject specific and are usually limited in numbers i Check university/college websites and ask at open days to see what they offer and how/when to apply...don t miss out!!
14 SECTION 1 EXTRA SUPPORT DEPENDANTS, DISABILITIES AND NHS BURSARIES Other financial help and support may also be available if you: have children or an adult dependent on you have a disability, including a mental-health condition or specific learning difficulty Study an NHS or Social Work course NHS courses include: nursing, midwifery, physiotherapy, speech and language therapy, dietetics, radiography, the later stages of medicine and dentistry i For more information on eligibility and applications for NHS support go to:
15 SECTION 2 HOW DO YOU GET IT? APPLICATIONS & INFORMATION 2015/16
16 You APPLY online You get PAID! We ASSESS your application 2015/16
17 SECTION 2 HOW MUCH DO YOU KNOW? STUDENT FINANCE APPLICATIONS Q What is the easiest way to apply for your student finance? A a) Call SFE and ask for an application form to be sent to you b) Online c) Apply? I just thought the money would appear when I need it! Q When should you apply for your student finance? A a) After you have started your course b) When c) As you soon have as a possible confirmed offer from a university or college c) As soon as possible
18 SECTION 2 STUDENT FINANCE APPLICATIONS KEY MESSAGE APPLY EARLY Each year thousands of students apply late for their finance and have no way to pay for their course or accommodation, some even have to drop out...don t let that be you! Apply online at gov.uk/studentfinance* Apply early to make sure your student finance is ready for the start of your course. You don t need a confirmed place at university or college to apply. Apply with your preferred choice, you can change details later if required. i *The application window is usually open from Jan-May. You can register on UCAS for updates and information from SFE.
19 SECTION 2 GOV.UK FOR MORE INFORMATION AND TO APPLY
20 SECTION 2 SFE ONLINE FOR MORE INFORMATION AND RESOURCES
21 SECTION 3 HOW DO YOU REPAY IT? STUDENT LOAN REPAYMENTS 2015/16
22 The FACTS SECTION 3 SECTION TITLE IN HERE SUBHEADER IN HERE The INTEREST The FIGURES 2015/16
23 SECTION 3 HOW MUCH DO YOU KNOW? STUDENT LOAN REPAYMENTS Q What will your student loan repayments be based on? A a) Your future income b) How a) Your much future you income have borrowed c) Neither, you just pay a fixed amount regardless Q How much do you need to earn before you start to repay? A a) 16,000 a year b) 21,000 b) 21,000 a yeara year c) Doesn t matter, repayments will be taken whatever you earn
24 SECTION 3 STUDENT LOAN REPAYMENTS AN OVERVIEW You won t make repayments until your income is over 21,000 a year. If you study a full-time course, you will be due to start repaying in the April after graduating or leaving higher education. You ll repay 9% of your income over 21,000 and if you re employed deductions will be made from your pay through the HMRC tax system.* If your income falls to 21,000 or below your repayments will stop. Any outstanding loan balance will be written off 30 years after entering repayment. i *If you move/work overseas you will repay 9% of your earnings over the repayment threshold for the country you are living in.
25 SECTION 3 STUDENT LOAN REPAYMENTS THE FIGURES Income each year before tax 9% will be deducted from Monthly repayment (Approx) 21, ,000 9, ,000 19, ,000 29, ,000 39, Income 25,000 9% Deducted 4,000 from? Monthly Repayment? 30 i Interest is applied to your loan at a maximum rate of RPI +3% More info can be found on:
26 SECTION 4 MANAGING YOUR MONEY MAKE SURE YOU ARE READY FOR HE
27 Consider the COSTS Remember KEY POINTS SECTION 3 SECTION TITLE IN HERE SUBHEADER IN HERE Plan a BUDGET
28 SECTION 4 MANAGING YOUR MONEY CONSIDER THE COSTS It s important to think about the costs you are likely to face while at uni and how to manage your money. Remember, you ll get a maintenance support payment each term and you ll need to pay for things like... books and other study/course materials accommodation, phone bill, food and drink sports, leisure and social activities i There will also be costs you may not have thought of yet, such as insurance or a TV Licence...so think about planning a budget!
29 SECTION 4 MANAGING YOUR MONEY HOW MUCH? New 36.14? Q How much does this textbook cost? Used 26.24? Q How much is an NUS Extra card? 12 1 Year? 3 Year 32?
30 SECTION 4 MANAGING YOUR MONEY HOW MUCH?? Q What is the average weekly cost of student accommodation? Q For But And some if for that the meaty seems perfect...ish goodness, like way Bolognese, too this much mince How much is this bag of pasta? costs? hard this jar work (Vegetarian of sauce and effort... costs? alternatives are available!) From 50p 1.75?84p? 99p University-owned accommodation (Figures from NUS) including privately owned student accommodation
31 SECTION 4 NOW IT S YOUR TURN!! KEY POINTS TO REMEMBER We hope you will take away and remember a few of the key points from Research ALL the SUPPORT available to you this session... Make THE RIGHT uni/college choice #2 Apply ONLINE & ON TIME You DON T need to WAIT for confirmed offers Not until you earn OVER 21,000 a year Based on WHAT YOU EARN not what you owe
32 SECTION 4 NOW IT S YOUR TURN!! KEY POINTS TO REMEMBER We hope you will take away and remember a few of the key points from this session... It s important you make the right university/college and course choice! Tuition Fee Loans are available to all eligible students. Research all finance available especially bursaries & scholarships. Apply online & on time no need to wait for a confirmed place. And...repayments will be linked to your income, not what you owe!
34 i NEED MORE INFORMATION? REMEMBER SFE IS ONLINE For further information on student finance and applications go to: i For a range of helpful tools and guidance, visit our dedicated student finance zone:
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