Canadian students who require Canadian Student Loans, Canadian Revenue Agency and Employment and Social Development Canada documentation to be authorised by the University should send their requests to:
Student Funds OfficerStudent & Academic ServicesRoom MBG25Aston UniversityAston TriangleBirmingham B4 7ET
Alternatively you can ask the Hub Reception to pass on a request.
These forms may include:
Confirmation of enrolment
Certificate of Eligibility part-time student loans and grants
Tuition, Education & Textbook amounts Certificate (TL11A)
Tuition Fees Certificate (TL11D)
You may need to submit these each year if you are a returning student.
Information needed to complete forms We will need the following information in order to complete forms:
Your student number
The name of the programme you are studying (or studied if you have recently graduated)
The form you require
The calendar year the form is for
General information As a rule, Canadian loans forms are completed for calendar years – this means that, for example, a 2016 form will cover terms 2 and 3 of academic year 2015/2016 and term 1 of academic year 2016/2017.
Currencies are converted using the average exchange rate for the calendar year, taken from https://www.oanda.com/currency/average
If there is a deadline for when your paperwork needs to reach its destination please ensure you give us at least one week before the deadline to accommodate staff availability.
Original copies Forms will be signed, scanned and emailed back to you. If you require an original copy please ensure you let the Hub Reception or Student Funds Officer know so this can be arranged. You will be told when your documents are ready for collection.
Contacting the Canadian loans authority On occasion the Canadian loans authority request us to contact them directly. If this happens please ask the Agent in Canada to email ForeignLoans@aston.ac.uk with the request. We will then ask you for permission before we contact them to respond to their inquiry.
The information on loan eligibility below has been taken from the CanLearn website.