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    i will be starting a new job next week, i graduated this year, do i need to let student finance know about it? it's a part time job but i'm not sure if that makes a difference
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    i will be starting a new job next week, i graduated this year, do i need to let student finance know about it? it's a part time job but i'm not sure if that makes a difference
    Hi tgwktm,

    There's more information about repayments on The Student Room here and on the Student Loans Company website here.

    If you’re studying or studied a full-time course, you’ll start repaying your loan the April after you finish your course.
    If you’re studying or studied a part-time course, you’ll start repaying:

    - the April four years after the start of your course,
    - or the April after you finish or leave your course,

    whichever comes first.

    Whether you are part time or full time your employer takes repayments directly from your salary if it is over the threshold of £21,000 a year, £1,750 a month or £404 a week.

    Regards,

    Stuart
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    Hi tgwktm,

    There's more information about repayments on The Student Room here and on the Student Loans Company website here.

    If you’re studying or studied a full-time course, you’ll start repaying your loan the April after you finish your course.
    If you’re studying or studied a part-time course, you’ll start repaying:

    - the April four years after the start of your course,
    - or the April after you finish or leave your course,

    whichever comes first.

    Whether you are part time or full time your employer takes repayments directly from your salary if it is over the threshold of £21,000 a year, £1,750 a month or £404 a week.

    Regards,

    Stuart
    its only a part time job at tesco so doesn't reach those thresholds for repayment but do i need to tell about a new job anyway or update it on my sfe account anyway?
 
 
 
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