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Students have just over a week to apply for finance

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16/06/2021
Full-time, returning undergraduate students in England have until 25 June to apply for finance for the next academic year.

Students need to apply each year to ensure their finances are in place for September.

They can apply by signing into their online account.

Chris Larmer, executive director, operations of the Student Loans Company, said: “As expected, we have seen a very strong demand for our full-time undergraduate service this year with application levels reaching record highs.

“Our advice to returning students is to apply now so they can be confident that they will have their student finance in place when their studies continue in the Autumn.”

The deadline for new full-time undergraduate students in England to apply for their student finance has already passed but anyone who missed the deadline can still apply.

You can apply for your finance here.

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