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I am doing an internship this summer that pays above the repayment threshold for student loans (in terms of yearly earnings).

However, I read that the earliest repayments can be taken is the April following your graduation. Does this mean I shouldn't be making repayments until I have graduated/have a full-time job?
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I am doing an internship this summer that pays above the repayment threshold for student loans (in terms of yearly earnings).

However, I read that the earliest repayments can be taken is the April following your graduation. Does this mean I shouldn't be making repayments until I have graduated/have a full-time job?
Hi, you will make repayments if you go over the weekly / monthly thresholds - however if you earn less than the yearly threshold you can claim a refund at the end of the tax year. Please click here https://www.gov.uk/repaying-your-stu...n/what-you-pay for more information.

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