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Erudio's arrears mail-out leaves graduates confused

Erudio customers have been left confused after receiving backdated arrears statements over the past few days

Guest comment: How banking bonuses have hit student loan repayments

Freelance higher education writer Andrew McGettigan explains how banking bonuses have affected the new deferment rate

Government gives Sharia-compliant student finance the go-ahead

The Government has confirmed it will introduce Sharia compliant finance for university students

Student loan deferment threshold to fall: Q&A on why it's happening

The Government is lowering the earnings threshold for people with a pre-1998 mortgage style loan. We find out why...

Heading to university this autumn? Apply for loans and grants now

If you're off to university after the summer, now's the time to apply for loans and grants

Students - don't forget you can get a summer TV licence refund

If you're a student finishing your studies for the summer, you can get a refund on unused quarters of your TV licence

Student loan interest rates likely to fall from September

Graduates are likely to pay less interest on their student loans from September

Erudio Student Loans: Graduates have money taken from accounts despite deferring

It's the latest in a string of problems borrowers have faced since Erudio bought the mortgage-style loans book

Refunds for 1990s students after loan company blunder

58,000 former students with loans from the 1990s are getting refunds or having money wiped from their debts

Student loans: Graduates deserve truth about what goes on credit files

People who defer students loans taken out between 1990 and 1998 will have this information added to their credit files

Change graduation debt rules, universities told

Universities have been told to change debt rules which could stop students from graduating or continuing their courses

Government sells £900m of 1990s student loans

About 250,000 mortgage-style student loans have been sold to a debt management firm by the Government