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The Education (Postgraduate Doctoral Degree Loans and the Education (Student Loans) (Repayment) (Amendment) (No. 2) etc.) Regulations 2018

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Regulations 15 and 18

SCHEDULE 2INFORMATION

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1.  Every applicant and eligible student must, as soon as reasonably practicable after being requested to do so, provide the Secretary of State with such information as the Secretary of State considers the Secretary of State requires for the purposes of these Regulations.

2.  Every applicant and eligible student must forthwith inform the Secretary of State and provide the Secretary of State with particulars if any of the following occurs—

(a)the applicant or student withdraws, is suspended, is expelled from or abandons their course;

(b)the applicant or student transfers to any other course at the same or at a different institution;

(c)the applicant or student is absent from the course;

(d)the month for the start or completion of the course changes;

(e)the applicant or student’s home or term-time address or telephone number changes;

(f)the applicant or student becomes, or ceases to be, a prisoner or eligible prisoner;

(g)the applicant or student starts, in connection with the course, to receive of any allowance, bursary or award of similar description made by UKRI.

3.  Information provided to the Secretary of State pursuant to these Regulations must be in the format that the Secretary of State requires and, if the Secretary of State requires the information to be signed by the person providing it, an electronic signature in such form as the Secretary of State may specify satisfies such a requirement.

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