Applying for Student Finance Based on Household Income

If you've already applied for loans not based on household income and now want to apply for the full Maintenance Loan, a Maintenance Grant or Special Support Grant, we will need to assess your household income.

Your household income is your parents' or partner's income, plus yours

Change your application using a paper form

All students must complete sections 1, 2 and 4.

Only complete section 3 if you want to apply for a Parents’ Learning Allowance, Adult Dependants’ Grant and/or Childcare Grant.

Including your parents' or partner's income 2021 to 2022

Your parents or partner will need to send us details of their income for the tax year 2019 to 2020

If you have been asked to provide financial information in support of an application and completed a paper tax return for 2019-20, you may find the following guide useful.

Including your parents' or partner's income 2020 to 2021

Your parents or partner will need to send us details of their income for the tax year 2018 to 2019

If you have been asked to provide financial information in support of an application and completed a paper tax return for 2018 to 19, you may find the following guide useful.

Where to send your forms

Sign and date your forms, then send them to us; remember to include the correct postage:

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