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Generally, when processing a Universal Credit claim, any loan amount that is intended to cover tuition fees and other costs of study will be excluded. Therefore, your daughter’s loan and grant should not affect your claim.
You can find more information here: Universal Credit and students - GOV.UK (www.gov.uk)
Let me know if you have any other questions. I will be happy to help to the extent I can.
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You will need to disclose it to Universal Credit stating that she will leave certain number of days/months outside and they will asses the claim and let you know if thee will be any impact. I am sure you know that once your child is studying in higher education, they are no longer classed as your dependant. This means you won't be entitled to child benefit or tax credits.