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in the online UCAS application there is a section which says "Fee Code" and the options are:
01 Private finance
04 Research councils
05 DH/Regional Health
06 UKL govt osea award
07 Training agency
08 Other UK govt award
09 Overseas Agency
10 UK Industry/commerce
90 Other Source
99 Not Known
I'm not sure what it means... ... if I'm going to ask for a loan from the SLC (Student Loan COmpany) or applying to a bursary from the uni that does not count for this right? so it would be private finance??
I NEED HELP!! thank you!!
It'll most likely be 02. Which means you'll apply to your LEA and be assessed for your income, then they'll work out how much grant you're entitled to. Most people will be selecting 02.
but I'm from Spain (not UK) so I can only ask for the fee-loan (not the income-assessed maintenance loan)
can someone explain what those letter in 02 mean? thanx!
Just seen that 'EU' is in 02, so you'd probably select that, seeing as Spain is in the EU. Might want to double check with someone else though.