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    I have decided that after taking exams in the second year of my studies, I want to withdraw from university. I wanted to clarify about the loan repayment. I know that some people dropped out in the middle of the academic year and they had to repay immediately the sum straight away for that period. However, does anyone know if I finish the second year without waiting for the results. Will I have to repay all loan for the second year like all £9,250, or I will have to repay when I will start working and my wages will reach the threshold when I should start repay. In any circumstances I don't wanna do anymore law degree.
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    (Original post by Altaina)
    I have decided that after taking exams in the second year of my studies, I want to withdraw from university. I wanted to clarify about the loan repayment. I know that some people dropped out in the middle of the academic year and they had to repay immediately the sum straight away for that period. However, does anyone know if I finish the second year without waiting for the results. Will I have to repay all loan for the second year like all £9,250, or I will have to repay when I will start working and my wages will reach the threshold when I should start repay. In any circumstances I don't wanna do anymore law degree.
    I'll move this over to the Ask Student Finance England subforum which has official SFE staff replying.
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    (Original post by Altaina)
    I have decided that after taking exams in the second year of my studies, I want to withdraw from university. I wanted to clarify about the loan repayment. I know that some people dropped out in the middle of the academic year and they had to repay immediately the sum straight away for that period. However, does anyone know if I finish the second year without waiting for the results. Will I have to repay all loan for the second year like all £9,250, or I will have to repay when I will start working and my wages will reach the threshold when I should start repay. In any circumstances I don't wanna do anymore law degree.
    Hi Altaina,

    We will only know if you have an over-payment on your account when we receive and process the withdrawal notification from your College/University, when we have processed the Withdrawal a letter will be sent to you to explain if there is an over-payment and how this is paid back.

    Thanks

    Catherine
 
 
 
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