Part-time Maintenance Loan

What's available

How much they can get depends on their household income, course intensity and where they live while studying.

The table below shows the minimum rates available based on where they live while studying, and course intensity, however students may get more depending on their household income.

 

For the 2022 to 2023 academic year:

Study intensity

Living at home

Studying in London

Studying outside London

Overseas

100%

£3,597

£6,308

£4,524

£5,374

Between 75% and 100%

£2,697

£4,731

£3,393

£4,030

Between 66% and 75%

£2,395

£4,201

£3,012

£3,579

Between 50% and 66%

£1,798

£3,154

£2,262

£2,687

Between 33% and 50%

£1,197

£2,100

£1,506

£1,789

Between 25% and 33%

£899

£1,577

£1,131

£1,343

For the 2021 to 2022 academic year:

Study intensity

Living at home

Studying in London

Studying outside London

Overseas

100%

£3,516

£6,166

£4,422

£5,253

Between 75% and 100%

£2,637

£4,624

£3,316

£3,939

Between 66% and 75%

£2,341

£4,106

£2,945

£3,498

Between 50% and 66%

£1,758

£3,083

£2,211

£2,626

Between 33% and 50%

£1,170

£2,053

£1,472

£1,749

Between 25% and 33%

£879

£1,541

£1,105

£1,313

 

Changes to a student’s living location

Students must make sure their living location on their application is kept up to date. If a student had expected to be living in their own accommodation during the academic year but will now be living at home during term time, they’ll have to update their application to make sure they get the correct amount of student finance.

This also applies to students who had expected to be studying abroad during the academic year. If they’ll now be staying in the UK and studying online with their overseas provider, they’ll no longer be entitled to the ‘overseas’ rate of Maintenance Loan. They can update their details through their online account.