Student Loan Repayment

The recent hike in tuition fees has meant that students from 2012 will amass the greatest student debts ever seen in the UK. This can be scary, but only when you don’t know the facts.

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Student Loans – What You Need To Know

Since September 2012, when tuition fees for UK students in England were raised to a maximum of £9000 per year, taking on a large debt to pay for tertiary education has become the norm. This change has worried many students but taking out student loans to cover your tuition and living expenses is not a reason to avoid university.

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Student loans England

Students from England face the highest tuition fees in the UK, a maximum of £9000 per year. If you are normally resident in England, your tuition fees will be paid by a tuition fee loan provided by Student Finance England, all of which needs to be paid back once you graduate.

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Paying back student loans – the myths exposed

From September 2012 every student from the UK who goes to university anywhere in the UK will be getting a £9000 per year loan for their tuition fees and a yearly maintenance loan, somewhere between £5000 and £8000. That’s a lot of debt for a graduate to carry – or is it?

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How Does Student Loan Repayment Work?

For the majority of students getting some assistance with tuition fees and other university expenses is the only way they can afford to continue to study and most undergraduate students are eligible for some form of financial help.

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How Does Funding Work When Applying Through Clearing?

If you think you’re going to end up going through the UCAS Clearing process to get into university, then you’re going to need to be on the ball and have your finances sorted out so you can start university with money in the bank.

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Funding Options for Part-time Students

The majority of students apply for some kind of funding to help them cover all, or some, of the costs associated with attending university.

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Part Time Student Finance

Many mature students choose to study part time to fit around their existing work or childcare commitments. However, as a part time student, you will still be charged course fees and will still incur other costs such as living expenses and books. So what will part time study cost you and what help can you get with part time student finance?

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What Happens to My Loan/Bursaries If I Drop Out?

University isn’t for everyone and some students find that they just don’t enjoy the university experience as much as they thought they would. In other cases, circumstances outside of their control mean that staying at university just isn’t possible.

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Student Grants

A new single Student Grant Scheme has been announced for courses starting in autumn 2011. The 4 main support schemes for students have been merged into this new scheme. They were:

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