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I need money
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Check your account lol.
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usually just around the start of term in September/October
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Sometimes the dates of payments can differ between uni's (different term dates).
If you're talking about student finance UK then here is what I would suggest you do.
If you go onto your student finance account - click on "your finance" - click on academic year 2021/2022 - this should tell you the dates you will be paid.
For tuition loans, mine is paid 20/10/21, 02/02/22 & 04/05/22.
My maintenance loans are paid 04/10/21, 04/01/22 & 19/04/22.
Hope this helps!
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Normally around 3 days after you register in person.
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Hi!

Sometimes the dates of payments can differ between uni's (different term dates).
If you're talking about student finance UK then here is what I would suggest you do.
If you go onto your student finance account - click on "your finance" - click on academic year 2021/2022 - this should tell you the dates you will be paid.
For tuition loans, mine is paid 20/10/21, 02/02/22 & 04/05/22.
My maintenance loans are paid 04/10/21, 04/01/22 & 19/04/22.
Hope this helps!
Michaela - UoP Rep
thank you so much really appreciate it
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