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10 June 1921 to 9 April 2021
All the contact details you'll need to get in touch with the Student Loans Company (SLC) about your student loan repayment.
SLC issues guidance for students from England, Wales and Northern Ireland and answers common questions related to the COVID-19 outbreak.
A guide describing terms and conditions for students taking out a student loan in academic year 2021 to 2022.
SLC issues guidance on how students should contact them during the coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak.
Eligibility and payment information for undergraduate students studying during academic year 2021 to 2022.
If you have a student loan, the guide to terms and conditions tells you what you need to do and what to expect when you repay your loan.
SLC issues guidance for repayment customers and answers common questions related to the COVID-19 outbreak.
You'll only start repaying your student loan when you earn more than the minimum amount. There are different earnings thresholds for foreign countries.
Find out how interest is calculated and applied if you have a Plan 1 student loan, as well as previous interest rates.
SLC issues guidance for students from Scotland and answers common questions related to the COVID-19 outbreak.
If you're going back to university after studying previously or you're repeating a year, this can affect your student finance.
Your student loan can be cancelled if you become permanently unfit to work.
Find out how interest is calculated and applied if you have a Plan 2 student loan, as well as previous interest rates.
You can allow another person or an organisation to help manage your account or act on your behalf.
All previous annual repayment thresholds for Plan 1 and Plan 2 student loans.
We want you to be aware of tactics fraudsters use and how to stop them from getting your personal details.
If you’ve moved back home for the January term and want to know how this might affect your student finance, read our answers to your most common questions.
Full-time students who have taken a Maintenance Loan from Student Finance Wales could get up to £1,500 cancelled.
When you make repayments directly to the Student Loans Company, you can choose how the money is applied to your balance.
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