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Where a Tier 4 Child student is studying

 

 

258. The monthly living costs that a 16 or 17 year Tier 4 (Child) student living independently will need to show will depend on where he/she will be studying in the UK.

 

259. As a 16 or 17 year Tier 4 (Child) student living independently, you must show that you have:

 

 

• £920 per month for living costs if you are studying in inner London for the majority

of your study (more than 50% of your study time);

• £715 per month for living costs if you are studying in outer London or anywhere else in the UK, for the majority of your study (more than 50% of your study time).

 

260. As a 16 or 17 year Tier 4 (Child) student living independently, you will be studying in

inner London if the majority of your study (more than 50% of your study time) is in any of the following London boroughs:

 

• Camden, City of London, Hackney, Hammersmith and Fulham, Haringey, Islington, Kensington and Chelsea, Lambeth, Lewisham, Newham Southwark, Tower Hamlets, Wandsworth, or Westminster.

 

261. If you want to check whether the address of your main site of study is in inner London, you can put your Tier 4 sponsor’s postcode in to the ‘

 

262. If you are unsure as to the address of your main study site, you will need to get this address from your Tier 4 sponsor.

 

 

How many months money must I show I have?

 

263. If you are a 16 or 17 year Tier 4 (Child) student living independently, you must show that you have enough money to cover your monthly living costs whilst you are studying in the UK.

 

264. The amount of money you have to show will depend on whether you already have an established presence studying in the UK. If you have an established presence studying in the UK, you will need to show less money for living costs.

 

265. You have an established presence studying in the UK if you have current entry clearance, leave to enter or leave to remain as a Tier 4 migrant, as a student, or as a Post-graduate Doctor or Dentist, and on the date of your application:

 

• you have finished a single course that was at least six months long within your last period

of entry clearance, leave to enter or leave to remain; or

• you are applying for a continued study on a single course where you have completed at

least six months of that course.

 

 

You can qualify for the reduced maintenance levels whether you are applying from inside the UK or from overseas. You cannot amalgamate two or more courses to make up the six months study.

 

 

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266. You can qualify for the reduced maintenance levels whether you are applying from inside the UK or from overseas.

267. If you do not have an established presence studying in the UK, you must show that

you have money for your living costs for each month of your course up, to a maximum of 9 months.

 

268. If you have an established presence studying in the UK, you must show that you have money for your living costs for each month of your course up, to a maximum of 2 months.



 

 

How much money must I show I have?

 

 

269. If you do not have an established presence studying in the UK, you must show that you have money for your course fees plus:

 

 

• Inner London- £920 for living costs for each month of your course up, to a maximum of

9 months.

 

 

• Outer London or anywhere else in the UK- £715 for living costs for each month of your course, up to a maximum of 9 months.

 

270. If you have an established presence studying in the UK, then you must show that you have money for your course fees plus:

 

 

• Inner London- £920 for living costs for each month of your course, up to a maximum of

2 months.

 

 

• Outer London or anywhere else in the UK- £715 for living costs for each month of your course up to a maximum of 2 months.

 

271. 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 you have enough money for eight months.

 

272. Examples of the money you require are given in Annex 5.

 

 


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