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Student finance 2017: how to apply for last minute funding – Telegraph.co.uk

The postgraduate loans are also repayable and interest rates will be reviewed annually by adding 3% to the Retail Price Index (RPI).Repayments will start when the borrower is earning over £21,000.

Useful websites

English students: gov.uk/studentfinance

Welsh students: studentfinancewales.co.uk / cyllidmyfyrwyrcymru.co.uk

Scottish students: saas.gov.uk

Northern Ireland students: studentfinanceni.co.uk

‎Top tips to be student finance savvy

– Apply online now and send any requested evidence straight away.

– If you’ve applied for support based on your household income, remind your parents or partner to send their details too.

– If you need to update your course, university or tuition fee loan amount, do it online by logging into your online account.

– You need to sign and return your online declaration form if you apply online. Log into your online account and follow the instructions on your ‘To-do’ list.

– Remember, you won’t be paid your student finance until you register and attend your university course. We’ll send you details of your instalments and when you’ll be paid.

– Double check the bank details provided to us to ensure they are correct.

– If you need help with your application, contact us. You can call us – students in England should call 0300 100 0607 and students in Wales should call 0300 200 4050. Our dedicated customer advisors also answer your student finance questions regularly on our social media channels –facebook.com/SFEngland and Twitter.com/sf_england and Student Finance Wales: facebook/SFWales and Twitter.com/sf_wales.

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