1 Student Finance 2015 a guide for UK/EU undergraduates
2 If you are thinking about going to university in 2015 you may be wondering about the cost of tuition and the availability of grants, loans and bursaries. This booklet sets out the financial support which is on offer for new undergraduates at LSE and also what is available from the UK Government. You should read this information carefully to make sure that you don t miss out on money that you are entitled to receive. There are also many other resources which provide information on student finance and a list of useful websites can be found at the back of this booklet. The information in this booklet is correct at the time of going to print in March Please do check online materials for the most up-to-date information.
3 STUDENT FINANCE 2015 LSE tuition fees Undergraduate tuition fees for UK and EU students Once the tuition fee loan is arranged, it is paid by the SLC directly to LSE after you have registered. The tuition fee loan is not paid to the student. For 2015 entry, the fees will be set later in the year. However as a guideline for 2014 entry the LSE tuition fee for new UK and European Union (EU) undergraduates is 9,000 for the first year, but may rise in line with inflation in subsequent years Students can apply for a loan for 9,000 or for any amount below 9,000 (if you or your family want to pay some of the fee up front). Tuition fee loans Students from England and the EU Students living in England and the EU do not have to pay the tuition fee up front. The UK Government provides students with a tuition fee loan to cover the full cost of the fee for the duration of your undergraduate programme. You do not have to start repaying the loan until you have graduated from your course and you are earning over 21,000 per year (see page 6). The tuition fee loan is administered by the Student Loans Company (SLC), the company which also handles maintenance grants and loans for students. You should apply for the tuition fee loan at the same time that you apply for your grant and maintenance loan, which is usually in the spring before you start university. Interest charged on the tuition fee loan and the repayment terms are the same as those applied to the maintenance loan (see page 4). Non-UK EU students are generally eligible to take out a tuition fee loan. More information about tuition fee loans can be found on the following websites: Gov.uk gov.uk/student-finance Moneysavingexpert.com moneysavingexpert.com/ family/student-loans-tuitionfees-changes Students from Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland Students living in Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland, including those who study in England, receive their financial support from their home devolved administration. It is a matter for the devolved administrations to decide how they wish to support their students. In 2014, students from Scotland and Northern Ireland received tuition fee loans to cover the full cost of the fee for the duration of the undergraduate programme. Students from Wales received a non means-tested grant (payable to the University) for part of the tuition fee, together with a loan of 3,465. Students should check out the relevant website below for the latest information on fees and financial support available for 2015 entry from their administration: Northern Ireland Scotland Wales 1
4 2 STUDENT FINANCE 2015 LSE financial support LSE Bursary Undergraduate students from the UK who are eligible for a full or partial grant (see UK Government financial support on page 4) and EU students from the equivalent household income brackets are eligible for an LSE Bursary. For new students starting in 2015, the maximum Bursary available is 4,000 per year for those students with the lowest residual incomes. The Bursary value tapers to 750 for those students on a partial grant. LSE Bursaries Students household income You can use this Bursary to help with your living costs or to help pay your accommodation. It is up to you how you choose to use your Bursary. UK students do not have to apply separately for the LSE Bursary. Grant status 0 18,000 Full grant 4,000 18,001 25,000 Full grant 3,500 25,001 30,000 Partial grant 2,750 30,001 35,000 Partial grant 1,750 35,001 40,000 Partial grant ,001 42,611 Partial grant 750 We will use the financial information you provide to the SLC when applying for your grants and loans to determine your eligibility for and the value of your Bursary, provided you opt to be means-tested (see Applying for grants and loans on page 5). LSE award per annum These Bursary values are provisional pending confirmation by the Office for Fair Access in Summer You will be notified during the summer before the start of your degree programme of your Bursary award. The Bursary will then be paid into your bank account in three termly instalments. The first instalment will be paid in the October of the first term once you have registered. Eligibility for the LSE Bursary is assessed annually (in line with annual assessments for maintenance grants and loans). There is no limit to the number of LSE Bursaries available. All UK students who are eligible for an LSE Bursary will receive one. The LSE Bursary does not have to be repaid. EU students are eligible for an LSE EU Bursary based on the same income assessment as used for UK students. Application is by completion of a form, which can be downloaded from lse.ac.uk/ financialsupport LSE Discretionary Bursaries A number of Discretionary Bursaries are available for LSE students who face exceptional financial need. This might include, for example, caring responsibilities, financial need related to disability or unavoidable requirement to live at home. The value of the award may vary according to need, but is not expected to exceed a total of 4,000 combined with the LSE Bursary. These bursaries do not have to be repaid. You should apply using the application form on the Financial Support website lse.ac.uk/ financialsupport. The form should be returned to the Financial Support Office by the end of August 2015.
5 STUDENT FINANCE LSE scholarships In addition to the LSE Bursary, the School also makes available a range of scholarships for its new undergraduates from the UK, EU and overseas. These scholarships are donated by external organisations or alumni of the School. Eligibility is often limited by, for example, place of residence or programme of study. However, all scholarships are awarded on the basis of financial need. In 2014 the following scholarships were available for students from the UK and EU. LSE scholarships and eligibility (2014) Name Value Eligibility UK/EU Undergraduate Scholarship 8,500 per year Any Home UK or EU applicant Kadas Scholarship 15,000 per year Home EU students from specific countries Bottriell Scholarship* 9,000 per year Any Home UK student PwC Lord Benson* 8,500 per year Home UK applicant LSE New Futures Fund awards (funded by the Annual Fund)* Rothchilds Undergraduate Scholarship *Confirmed for 2015 Variable Up to 15 for any Home UK or EU applicant 10,000 per year Any Home UK or EU applicant It is too early to say which of these awards will be available in 2015 but you should check the Financial Support Office website (lse.ac.uk/ financialsupport) in autumn 2014 to see what is available for students starting in You are advised to apply once you have accepted your offer. The final deadline for applications will be 1 June 2015 Olivia Hulse, United Kingdom Law Golden Scholarship Having come from a working class background in Stoke-on-Trent, where mining and china production used to be the main employment industries, I never thought I would have the opportunity of being able to study in such a high calibre university. So, to have obtained a place at LSE is like a dream come true and I am extremely grateful to be studying at such a specialised social sciences institution that is world renowned for its research and its teaching. I come from a state school background and have always worked as hard as I can to be a high achiever and appreciate that you should never take anything for granted. When I have completed my studies at LSE I want to achieve my ambition of becoming a barrister. Following on from that, I would like to have the opportunity to return to university to complete my master s. This will enable me to be able to give something back to society, possibly by becoming a lecturer in one of the top universities and by doing so inspire others that any dream is possible, whatever your background as long as you are prepared to work hard.
6 4 STUDENT FINANCE 2015 Government financial support The information in this booklet is correct at the time of going to print in March Please check the gov.uk/studentfinance website for the most up-to-date information. Maintenance grant In 2015 students ordinarily living in England with household incomes of up to 25,000 a year are entitled to a maintenance grant (to help with living costs) of 3,387. Students from households with an income between 25,001 and 42,611 are entitled to a partial grant of between 3,387 and 50. The grant is paid into your bank account at the beginning of each term once you have registered on your course. The grant does not have to be repaid. Maintenance loan All eligible students from England are able to take out a maintenance loan to help with living costs. The maximum loan available for students studying in London (ie, at LSE) and living away from home is 8,009. If you study outside London or if you live at home while you study, the maximum loan value is lower. There are two elements to the maintenance loan: a guaranteed loan and an income assessed loan. Guaranteed loan: Up to 65 per cent of the maintenance loan is available to everyone in 2015 regardless of their parental income. The Income Assessed loan: 35 per cent of the amount you can borrow is means-tested (ie, it depends on your or your parents household income). The maintenance loan does have to be repaid. Eamon O Keeffe, United Kingdom BSc Management Stelios Scholar I chose to study at LSE for many reasons, including its reputation, location and the university experience it can offer. It is a highly reputable institution and I thought the place in which I would get the best education of my chosen subject. Being in central London you are close to many organisations and great resources that can help you learn. The School has endless societies to join and events to attend, and there is a diverse range of students here giving me the best opportunity to make friends from all over the world, despite staying in my home city. I felt privileged to receive the Stelios Scholarship and it helps me to enhance my experience at university and help me make the most of my time here by having more time to study and be active in societies, and it will also help me to follow the path that I chose upon leaving. It eases the financial difficulties of studying in London and has given me additional drive and another thing to work hard for.
7 STUDENT FINANCE 2015 Applying for grants and loans You should apply for all of your grants and loans (maintenance and tuition fee) in the spring before you start university. The Student Loans Company (SLC) usually announces a date in January/February when applications open and a deadline in May by which you should submit your application. You should check out the gov.uk and SLC websites for further details. assess your eligibility for a grant and part of the maintenance loan. The information submitted on the application form allows the SLC to calculate the household residual income (see section below). You can also allow your chosen university to access this financial information so that they can assess your eligibility for their own bursaries and scholarships. In the case of LSE, this means that you will not have to apply separately for our Bursaries (see LSE financial support section on page 2). You and your family will need to complete a PN1 form which asks for a range of financial information about you and the household in which you live. It is this financial information which the SLC uses to Household residual income This is effectively the household income BEFORE tax and AFTER any pension contributions or allowances for dependent children. For all those dependent students (ie, not independent) then the income assessment is based on your combined parents income though if you have substantial savings/investments of your own generating income they will be taken into account. If your parents are divorced or separated then the SLC will assess the income of the parent you live with most of the time. If that parent remarries or has a cohabiting partner, their joint income will then be assessed. Financial support by household income* Household income Non-repayable grant Living cost loan (max London rate 8,009) Total 25,000 or less 3,387 6,260 9,647 30,000 2,440 6,750 9,190 35,000 1,493 7,239 8,732 40, ,728 8,273 45, ,788 7,788 50, ,268 7,268 55, ,746 6,746 60, ,224 6,224 65, ,702 5,702 over 70, ,206 5,206 * Provisional figures based on data supplied by the Department for Business, Innovation and Skills (BIS) in March Students from Scotland, Wales, Northern Ireland and the EU In 2014 there were grants and loans for living costs available for students from the UK devolved administrations. Please see their websites for information on 2015 support. EU students are not normally eligible for support for living costs, gov.uk/ student-finance has full details of eligibility criteria for funding. 5
8 6 STUDENT FINANCE 2015 Repayment of loans and rates of inflation If you take out a tuition fee loan and a maintenance loan they are bundled together to make one combined loan. Interest starts to accrue on the loan from the day you receive the money. You only start to repay your student loan after you graduate and once you are earning over 21,000 per year. You only repay 9 per cent of everything you earn annually above 21,000. Rates of interest vary throughout the life of the loan and are currently published as: Sample repayments* While studying: The loan accrues interest at the rate of inflation, as measured by the Retail Price Index (RPI), plus 3 per cent. This continues until the first April after graduation after which a progressive taper is applied. Graduates earning less than 21,000: The loan accrues interest at the rate of RPI inflation. Graduates earning between 21,000 and 41,000: The interest rate will gradually rise from RPI to RPI plus 3 per cent the more you earn (the interest rises per cent for every extra pound you earn or, put another way, if you earn 1,000 more you accrue 0.15 per cent extra interest). These thresholds will rise with average earnings from Graduates earning over 41,000: The loan accrues interest at the rate of RPI inflation plus 3 per cent. The table below shows some salaries and typical repayments. The loan is repaid through the income tax system if you work in the UK. Student loans do not go on credit files. The student loan is written off after 30 years. In 2012, the Government announced that graduates would be allowed to repay their loans early, if they wished to do so, without any penalty being applied. Salary Amount of salary from which 9 per cent will be deducted 25,000 4, Monthly repayment 30,000 9, ,000 14, ,000 19, ,000 24, ,000 29, ,000 34, ,000 39, * Provisional figures based on data supplied by the Department for Business, Innovation and Skills (BIS) in March 2014.
9 STUDENT FINANCE Additional support Disabled Students Allowance (DSA) Disabled students from the UK can access DSAs which are grants to help with extra costs you might face as a result of a disability, long-term health condition, mental-health condition or specific learning difficulty like dyslexia. DSAs don t need to be paid back and can help pay for specialist equipment, non-medical helpers, additional travel costs and other costs like photocopying. Childcare Grant (CCG) You can apply for a Childcare Grant if you re a full-time undergraduate student living and studying in England and you: have at least one dependent child who is under 15 and in registered or approved childcare; or have at least one dependent child who is under 17, is registered as having special educational needs, and in registered or approved childcare. Parents Learning Allowance (PLA) You can apply for a Parents Learning Allowance if you re a fulltime undergraduate student with dependent children. This helps with the extra costs associated with being a parent and a student. You don t need to be paying for childcare to be eligible. Adult Dependants Grant (ADG) You can apply for the Adult Dependants Grant if you re a full-time UK undergraduate student and you have an adult who depends on you financially. The adult can be a partner or another adult who depends on you financially, but you can t count grownup children as adult dependants. Alex Avlonitis, United Kingdom Law Lord Benson Award LSE has provided me with a wealth of opportunities and I have really benefited from the range of intellectual thought that makes this institution as special as it is. The Lord Benson Scholarship has helped me in my studies and has enabled me to attend external lectures, buy learning materials, and continue playing my favourite sport, badminton. I am looking forward to completing my degree at LSE, and hope to study for a master s degree. There is no doubt that I wouldn t be in this position if it had not been for my scholarship.
10 8 STUDENT FINANCE 2015 Further information The following websites provide more information for prospective university students: Moneysavingexpert.com moneysavingexpert.com/ family/student-loans-tuitionfees-changes LSE alumnus Martin Lewis has also published a number of YouTube videos about student funding and money matters. Gov.uk gov.uk/student-finance LSE Financial Support Office lse.ac.uk/financialsupport Students from Northern Ireland Students from Scotland Students from Wales Anh Phung, Czech Republic BSc Management LSE New Future s Fund Scholarship I chose a programme at LSE because it is a world-leading institution dedicated to social sciences and is ranked among the top universities in the world. There are 16 Nobel prize winners at LSE who have shaped our society with their research and theories. Furthermore, LSE is a very international university with more than 120 nationalities represented. The best thing about studying in LSE is the academic and social side of the university. You are mixed in with the brightest people and you are taught by famous professors. Also, in London, there are so many activities you can take part in. Receiving the LSE New Future s Fund scholarship has eased my financial difficulties and has given me the opportunity to concentrate on my studies and hobbies. I joined the Football Society (LSE SU FC) and I could never imagine having so much fun. The biggest opportunity I think is that you have global firms coming to campus and giving you presentations. You get a real insight into these firms and the chance to get to know their employees. When I graduate, I would like to do my master s degree at LSE. In three years time I will have a better understanding of what I would study, but I can already imagine myself studying another management degree.
11 Find out more about LSE For an undergraduate prospectus go to lse.ac.uk/requestprospectus an LSE alum at lse.ac.uk/ analum Follow our student bloggers at lse.ac.uk/studentblogs Come to one of our undergraduate open days on 26 March and 2 July To find out more and to book your place go to lse.ac.uk/meetlse For information on all our undergraduate programmes and how to apply to LSE go to lse.ac.uk/undergraduate
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