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The Education (Student Support) Regulations 2009

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Applying for an additional amount of loan for living costs or long courses loan

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86.—(1) An eligible student may apply to borrow an additional amount of loan for living costs or long courses loan where—

(a)the Secretary of State determines that the maximum amount of loan for living costs or long courses loan in relation to an academic year should be increased (including an increase from nil) as a result of a reassessment of the student’s contribution or otherwise; and

(b)the Secretary of State considers that the increase in the maximum amount of the loan or loans in question does not result from the eligible student—

(i)failing to provide information promptly which might affect the student’s ability to qualify for the loan or loans in question or the amount of loan or loans in question for which the student qualifies; or

(ii)providing information that is inaccurate in any material particular.

(2) The additional amount under paragraph (1) is an amount which when added to the amount already applied for does not exceed the increased maximum.

(3) Where an eligible student has applied for a loan for living costs or long courses loan of less than the maximum amount to which the student is entitled in relation to the academic year, the student may apply to borrow an additional amount which, when added to the amount already applied for, does not exceed the relevant maximum applicable in the student’s case.

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