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Tuition fee and maintenance loans are available to help you cover the cost of your course. You do not have to start repaying your undergraduate student loans until after you have left the course and you are earning £25,000 or more a year. Repayment is based on what you earn, not what you owe.
Full time home and EU undergraduate students can apply for a tuition fee loan. Tuition fee loans are paid directly to the university after you enrol on your course.
Once you have left your course and are earning £25,000 or more per year you must begin repaying your loan. You can make repayments earlier than this if you wish.
If you are a Medicine student enrolled on an NHS funded year of study, your tuition fees will be fully or partially paid by NHS Student Bursaries (you need to apply for this support for every NHS-funded year). The funding available depends on the medicine course studied. For more information, please visit our NHS-funded degrees page.
The table shows how much you would be expected to pay on various annual salary levels:
Up to £25,000
Up to £2,083
MoneySavingExpert.com has designed a student finance calculator to enable you to change variables such as tuition fee level, maintenance loan level and likely starting salary, to get an idea of what you'll pay back and for how long.
You will be charged interest from the day your first payment is made until you loan is repaid in full. Interest is added to the total amount you owe every month.
The interest rate is based on the UK Retail Price Index (RPI) and will vary depending on your circumstances.
For further details and the current interest rates visit studentloanrepayment.co.uk.
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