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100,000+ university leavers likely owed £100s as they started repaying their student loan too soon

More than 100,000 university leavers in the last three years alone began repaying their student loan earlier than needed

Autumn Budget 2017: Graduates will no longer make payments on loans they have already paid back

Graduates will no longer waste money making further payments on student loans they have already paid back

Started uni in or after 1998 and began repaying your loan 2002-2006? Your loan's being sold

The Government today formally restarted the process of selling off English student loans

MPs to launch major new student loans inquiry

An influential group of MPs has launched a wide-ranging inquiry into the student loans system

Student loans must no longer be called a 'loan', Universities Minister says

The Universities Minister Jo Johnson has finally agreed that student loans should be called 'graduate contributions'

Graduates facing hike in student loan interest from September

Millions of graduates will pay more interest on their student loans from September

Narrow defeat in Parliament for bid to block retrospective student loan hikes

A fresh attempt to stop the Government retrospectively raising student loan repayments has ended in defeat

Budget 2017: Technical education students to receive maintenance loans from 2019

Students studying higher-level technical courses will be able to receive maintenance loans from the 2019/20 tax year

At uni in England between 1998 and 2012? If so, the Govt is about to sell off your student loan

The Government has promised the upcoming sale of student loan debt will not impact graduates in any way

Chancellor says the retrospective hike in student loans is to help sell them off

The potential sale of student loan debt has been cited by the Chancellor as a reason not to stop retrospective changes

Labour peers fight 'grossly unfair' retrospective student loan hike

The Higher Education and Research Bill faced its second reading in the House of Lords this afternoon

Welsh students to benefit from 'generous' student finance system – grants of at least £1,000/yr to be given to all

The average Welsh student could potentially pocket £7,000/year in maintenance grants from September 2018 under new plans

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