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Am I an EEA Migrant Worker/Swiss ‘worker’?
Can I qualify for Student Finance as the ‘child / relevant family member of a Migrant Worker’?
Do I need to be ‘ordinarily resident’ in England on the first day of the first academic year of the course?
EU / EEA / Swiss Migrant Workers – Can I apply for Student Finance?
How do I apply?
How long do I have to continue working?
I am currently getting an EU Fee Loan from the Student Finance European Team, what happens to that loan?
I am in my second year of my degree, and am now working. I wasn’t working when I started my degree. Can I apply for Student Finance now?
I am under 25 years old, can I be classed as ‘independent’?
I have already studied at degree level in my home country, does this make any difference to my funding entitlement?
I have been refused Student Finance, what can I do?
Is there a deadline for applications?
What about if I go on an overseas work placement or Erasmus Exchange?
What can I apply for, and how much will I receive?
What if I am not an EEA Migrant Worker or Swiss ‘worker’, or the ‘child or partner of a Migrant Worker’?
What if I am working for International Business Academy?
What if I was working in the UK before the start of the course but am no longer working?
What kind of work must I be doing?
What should I include in my application for Student Finance?
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