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Key dates

Key Dates

July 2016

Deadline for Student Awards applications to be received is July 31. This is the case for both new undergraduate and postgraduate students.

August 2016

A-level results and course confirmations need to be sent into Department, if not already done so, to allow the official award letter to be issued.

From August 2016

If not already done so, contributors should submit copies of their Resident Assessment Notices (and self-employment and/or business accounts where applicable) as soon as they have them or at the latest, prior to the following Easter.

September 2016

Students register at universities and hand in the official award letter. 1st term maintenance grant payments issued and sent directly to universities.

Student Tuition Fee Loan Agreements issued by the Department.

Students return signed Loan Agreements to the Department

October 2016

Students return signed Loan Agreements to the Department.

November 2016

1st term tuition fees paid to universities by Department.*

January 2017

2nd term maintenance grant payments issued by Department and 2nd term tuition fees due to universities.*

April 2017

3rd term maintenance grant payments issued provided the course dates have been verified and the Resident Assessment Notice of the contributors has been received by the Department.

May 2017

3rd term fees due to universities.*

July 2017

4th term maintenance grant payments sent out for eligible students.  All continuing students should make a 2017/18 application and submit 2015/16 results by July 31st.

* Note: where the student has taken out a Tuition Fees Loan, the Department will include the student’s contribution in the payments made to the university. However, where the student elects to self-fund the universal contribution, or there is a means-tested contribution payable, the student or contributors will need to agree separate payment terms and schedule with the university.

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