Maintenance Loan Full-time undergraduate, Northern Ireland students
3. How much can I get?
The amount you can get depends on your individual circumstances
The only way to know exactly how much you'll get is to apply but you could get up to £6,780.
Maintenance Loan based on your household income
The table below shows the maximum Maintenance Loan amounts for the last two academic years and is based on an application where the household income has been provided.
|Your living arrangements||Maximum Maintenance Loan for
2020 to 2021 academic year
|Maximum Maintenance Loan for
2021 to 2022 academic year
|Living with parents||Up to £3,750||Up to £3,750|
|Living in London and not with parents||Up to £6,780||Up to £6,780|
|Living outside London and not with parents||Up to £4,840||Up to £4,840|
|Living abroad for at least one term as part of your course||Up to £5,770||Up to £5,770|
Final year of study
You'll receive a lower Maintenance Loan than in previous years.
In any year other than your final year we'll consider the period between academic years as a period during which you'll require student finance, as you're a continuing student.
At the end of your final year you are no longer a continuing student, so any time beyond the end of your final academic year is not considered eligible for student finance. This means you'll get less Maintenance Loan in your final year.
It's important that you factor this into your final year finances.