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Speaking of withdrawing from uni, as I understand it the 'overpayments' are calculated based on how much you are entitled to based on the last day you were considered a student.

How does this work? As I'm in my final year, will that be the last day of term/class or after the final deadline? I want to be able to calculate how much I will need to repay should withdrawal be my only option. For reference, I received the full amount for my maintenance loan outside of London.

Any advice would be appreciated!
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Speaking of withdrawing from uni, as I understand it the 'overpayments' are calculated based on how much you are entitled to based on the last day you were considered a student.

How does this work? As I'm in my final year, will that be the last day of term/class or after the final deadline? I want to be able to calculate how much I will need to repay should withdrawal be my only option. For reference, I received the full amount for my maintenance loan outside of London.

Any advice would be appreciated!
It’s the date that your university tell SFE you withdraw. Have a chat to your student records/registry team to ask them how they determine your end date.
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It’s the date that your university tell SFE you withdraw. Have a chat to your student records/registry team to ask them how they determine your end date.
Thank you for your answer and apologies, I think I was unclear. What I mean to say is that I know that the calculation is made by comparing the day you stop being a student (withdrawal date) to the end of the period the loan was supposed to cover. What I'm asking is how the second date is determined, especially in the final year.
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Thank you for your answer and apologies, I think I was unclear. What I mean to say is that I know that the calculation is made by comparing the day you stop being a student (withdrawal date) to the end of the period the loan was supposed to cover. What I'm asking is how the second date is determined, especially in the final year.
Iirr the final day of the course will be based on your course term dates (again something your university provides to SFE)
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