SFE Postgraduate Master’s Loan applications are now open for 2019/20!

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The quickest and easiest way to apply is online at www.gov.uk/postgraduate-loan. Students don’t need a confirmed place at university – they can use their preferred choice and simply change the details later if they need to.

 

We’ll be hosting a live Q&A session for students thinking of applying for a Postgraduate Master’s Loan on Thursday 16 May. This is a great chance for students to ask any questions they might have about their student finance.

 

As always, we’ve got plenty of information on our student finance zone on The Student Room, where you can direct students so they can find out whether they’re eligible, what they’ll get and how to apply for their Postgraduate Master’s Loan.

Students can also find out more by checking out our Postgraduate Master’s Loan film.

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