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The Student Verification and Financial Undertaking Forms

Starting in late May, all offer holders who have firmly accepted their offer of a place will receive an email with instructions on how submit two important forms, the Financial Undertaking Form (FUF) and the Student Verification Form (SVF). These forms are submitted via a temporary account on the School's web-based self-service student administration system, LSE for You|.

The FUF and SVF are compulsory and must be completed and submitted prior to your registration. Completion of the FUF is also mandatory for those overseas students who require a CAS statement, which is used to apply for a student visa. Both forms should be completed and submitted within 2 weeks of the receipt of the email, and no later than 31 August 2014 at the latest.

Financial Undertaking Form (FUF)

Completion of the FUF is required so that the Fees Office can ascertain who will be paying your tuition fees and how. Here you will have the opportunity to include sponsor details or set up a payment plan, if relevant.

Overseas students who require a student visa will not be issued with a CAS statement| until the Financial Undertaking Form has been completed and submitted.

Student Verification Form (SVF)

The SVF is an important pre-registration document that asks you to agree to the terms and conditions of registration and to upload a digital photo, which will then be used as the photo on your student ID card. Your card will be produced and ready to collect when you register with the School in October.

In addition, if you have stated that you have a disability, dyslexia or a long-term medical condition on your UCAS form or if you now wish to declare it - you will need to complete the disability section of the form.

 

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