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Maintenance Grant 2020-21

Maintenance grants will not be available for new students starting in 2020-21.

 

Most continuing full-time home undergraduates who started their course in 2015, 2014, 2013 or 2012 will be eligible to apply for a maintenance grant of up to £3,801.  

Continuing students who started before 2012 will be eligible for grants worth up to £3,391. 

Am I eligible? 

All home undergraduate students beginning their course in 2015 or earlier (from 2006 onwards) will be eligible to apply for this grant. 

Students who have previously undertaken a first degree* will not be eligible to apply for this maintenance grant. 

* Important note for previous study students


Continuing students - started in 2012/13 - 2015/16

Household income Maintenance grant 
 £25,000 or less  £3,801
 £25,001 - £42,674  £50 - £3,801
 £42,875 or above  nil

Continuing students - started in 2009/10 - 2011/12

Household income Maintenance grant
 £25,000 or less  £3,489
 £25,001 - £50,711  £50 - £3,489
 £50,778 or above  nil

Continuing students - started in 2008/9

Household income Maintenance grant
 £25,000 or less  £3,489
 £25,001 - £61,059  £50 - £3,489
 £61,062 or above  nil

Continuing Students - started in 2006/7 - 2007/8

Household income Maintenance grant
 £18,360 or less  £3,489
 £18,361 - £39,584  £50 - £3,489
 £39,796 or above  nil

 


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