The Student and Child Student Guidance allows you to provide a letter from your bank as evidence of your funds. The letter should normally be on the bank's official headed paper, and include the name(s) of the account holder, the account number and contact details of the bank. It should also be signed by an official from the financial organisation.
A letter with the following text and features would satisfy the requirements:
- The minimum balance amount must be at least as much as you need to show for your tuition fees (if you have not paid them) plus your maintenance. See the section “How much money do I need to show?” for details on how to calculate this.
- When you submit your online immigration application, the letter must not be more than 31 days old.
- The letter cannot refer to period after the date that you have submitted your online application.
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