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Ii. The original transcript of results.

 

 



Each document must be the original (not a copy) and must clearly show:

 



 



• your name; and

• name of the academic institution; and

• the course title; and

• the confirmation of the award.

 



233. You will need to know what evidence your sponsor has included on your CAS so that you can include it with your application. You must get this information directly from your Tier 4 sponsor before making your application. The Home Office will not provide this information to you.

 



234. If you have been assessed by other means (for example, references or a portfolio of artwork, interview or your Tier 4 sponsor’s own test or entrance exam), you do not have to include these documents with your application, but your Tier 4 sponsor must still include details of how they assessed you on your CAS.

 



235. If you have been offered a place because of the progress you have made on an existing course, your Tier 4 sponsor must include this information on your CAS. You will not need to send any documents if this is how you have been assessed.

 



 



What money do I need if I am a boarding student?

 



 



236. To claim 10 points for your maintenance (funds), you must show you have the money available to pay your school fees (course fees and board or lodging fees) for the first year of your course or for the entire course, if it is less than a year long.

 



237. If you have already started your course and you are applying for new permission to continue that course, you must show that you have enough money to pay for your school fees to the end of the current academic year; or for the next academic year if you will continue on your course at the start of the next academic year.

 



238. If you are in the UK as part of a Study Abroad Programme, you must show that you have enough money to pay for any school fees that you are required to pay to your Tier 4 sponsor for the first year of your course or for the entire course, if it is less than a year long.

 



239. The amount you will need to show for course fees will be given by your Tier 4 sponsor on your CAS.

 



 



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240. If you have been assigned a CAS, your Tier 4 sponsor will already have given us details of the cost of your course fees. If you do not know what these fees are, you will need to check this with your Tier 4 sponsor.

 



241. If you have no fees to pay to your Tier 4 sponsor, your CAS, must confirm that there are no fees due (for example, if these have been paid to an overseas Higher Education provider).

 



242. If the length of your course includes a part of a month, we will round the time up to the next month. For example, if a course is seven months and two weeks, you will need to show that you have enough money for eight months.

 



 



What money do I need if I am a non-boarding student?

 



 



243. To claim 10 points for your maintenance (funds), if you are a non-boarding student then you must show that you have enough money to cover your course fees and living costs. You are a non-boarding student you are not being accommodated by your Tier 4 Sponsor.

 



244. The money that you will need for living costs depends on your care arrangements while in the UK. These may be that:

 



 



• you will be staying in the UK with a carer who is a resident British citizen or other

UK resident; or

• you will be staying with a parent or a legal guardian who will be accompanying you

to the UK (under 12 year olds only); or

• you are 16 or 17 years old and will be living independently in the UK.

 



Course fees

 

 



245. If you are starting a new course, you must show that you have enough money to pay for your course fees for the first year of your course or for the entire course, if it is less than a year long.

246. If you have already started your course and you are applying for new permission to continue it, you must show that you have enough money to pay for your course fees to the end of the current academic year; or for the next academic year if you will continue on your course at the start of the next academic year.

 



247. If you are in the UK as part of a Study Abroad Programme, you must show that you have enough money to pay for any fees that you are required to pay to your Tier 4 sponsor for the first year of your course or for the entire course, if it is less than a year long.

 



248. The amount that you will need to show for course fees will be given by your Tier 4 sponsor on your CAS.

 



249. Your Tier 4 sponsor will provide us with details of the cost of the course fees once your CAS has been issued. If you do not know what these fees are, you will need to check this with your Tier 4 sponsor.

 



250. If you have no fees to pay to your Tier 4 sponsor, your CAS must confirm that there are

 



 



Tier 4 Policy Guidance version 11/2014 page 41 of 81


no fees due, for example, if these have been paid to an overseas Higher Education provider.

 



 



What money for living costs do I need if I am staying with a carer who is a resident British citizen or other UK resident?

 



 



251. If you are staying with a carer who is a resident British citizen or other UK resident, you must show that you have money for your course fees. You will also need to show that:

 



 



• your intended carer has agreed to look after and accommodate you in the UK for

the length of your course; and

• your intended carer has at least £560 per month to look after and accommodate

you in the UK for each month of your course up, to a maximum of 9 months; and

• confirmation that the intended carer is a resident British citizen or other UK resident.

 



252. If the length of your course includes a part of a month, we will round the time up to the next month, for example, if your course is seven months and two weeks, you must show that they have enough money for eight months.

 



 




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