Student funding for 2013/14 - start reapplying now
28 February 2013
If you will be reapplying for Student Finance England (SFE) funding for the 2013/14 academic year, you should now begin the application process to ensure your funding is in place for the start of the academic year.
If you’re a continuing student on a full-time degree course and you got Student Finance England funding last year, you can now reapply for next year's funding on the Student Finance England website.
If you applied for funding that does not depend on your household income, you simply need to return the form that Student Finance England should by now have sent you, along with your Student Finance Entitlement letter.
If you applied for funding that does depend on your household income, you should reapply completing the online application on the Student Finance England website. SFE will then send you your Student Finance Entitlement letter along with a declaration form which you must sign and return to them as soon as possible.
If you cannot apply online, visit SFE's form finder webpage to get the paper application form you need.
If you need any help or advice about your funding please contact Student Advice at Cavendish House (020 7911 5000 ext 66080) or Harrow (020 7911 5000 ext 4023) or email [email protected]
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