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Funding your Studies

Student Finance for Undergraduates

Student Finance for Undergraduates

If you are studying an undergraduate course at SP Jain London School of Management, you may be able to borrow money to help pay for tuition fees and to help with your living costs.

Student loans provided by the UK Government are the main source of funding for Home undergraduate students. There are two main types of Government Student Loans:

A Tuition Fee Loan

to cover the cost of your course

A Maintenance Loan

to help pay for living costs


A Government Student Loan means you don’t have to pay your course tuition fees up front. You start repaying your Government Student Loan once you earn over a certain amount: The size of your monthly repayments will depend on how much you earn, not what you owe. You will be charged interest on the loan from the day you take it out and please be advised that the terms and conditions of your Government Student Loan can change.

Am I eligible for a Government Student Loan?

There is a handy Calculator on the Student Finance website which allows you to check your eligibility for a Government Student Loan.

Any queries about your eligibility for a Government Student Loan should be sent to the relevant funding body as appropriate. Staff at SP Jain London School of Management do not make decisions about eligibility for loans; the decision lies entirely with the funding body.

Information about eligibility and a step-by-guide to accessing Government Student Loans can be found via the Student Finance website.

Detailed information and guidance can also be found on the UCAS website.

Applying for a Government Student Loan:

It is important to apply for your Government Student Loan as soon as you can and you should not wait until you have received a confirmed place at SP Jain London School of Management. It is wise to keep all correspondence with finance bodies for future reference. You should also store your login details in a safe place, as you need to reapply for support every year.

Student finance opens for applications in early spring each year, but the dates and deadlines differ according to the country in which you live: Please refer to the separate sections for Student Finance England, Wales, Scotland, and Northern Ireland below, to check the application deadline dates relevant to you.

Students living in England

If you live in England, visit Student Finance England for more information on the types of support available. You can apply for your Government Student Loan via the Student Loans Company.

You apply for your Maintenance Loan at the same time as your Tuition Fee Loan and it is paid directly into your bank account in three instalments. The first instalment will be paid once your attendance at SP Jain London School of Management has been confirmed.

EU nationals

EU Nationals intending to study in England may be entitled to apply for a tuition fee loan. Check your eligibility by using SFE's form finder.

EU Nationals can also find a us a useful guide to applying for student finance on the Student Room.


Students living in other parts of the UK

Students living in other parts of the UK have their own funding arrangements for student support. Visit the following websites for further information:

International students

International students may be able to apply for other sources of funding, such as scholarships or bursaries.

Funding for Postgraduate Study:

You can get funding for postgraduate study through loans, studentships, bursaries and grants. You might also get help from your employer.

Postgraduate Master’s Loan

If you are starting a Master’s degree at SP Jain London School of Management, you could get a Postgraduate Master’s Loan to help with course fees and living costs. You could get up to £12,167 if you meet the eligibility criteria outlined on the UK Government Master’s Loan website.

Further information and guidance about postgraduate funding can be found on the Prospects website.
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