How do my repayments work for two undergraduates and postgraduate loans?

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I completed an undergraduate degree in Media and a postgraduate teaching qualification with tuition and maintenance loans. I am now planning to go back to university to do an undergraduate nursing course and will take the tuition and maintenance loans.

When I am qualified and earning enough, how will my repayments work? Will SFE take one set payment or will several come out at once for each loan?

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All of your loans have been undergraduate loans (PGCEs are funded as undergraduate courses). So you will just have one repayment (at 9% of your income above the payment threshold).

The increased loan amount from additional courses doesn’t increase your repayment amount it just extends the time it will take to repay (although it’s like it will be written off before you repay).
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All of your loans have been undergraduate loans (PGCEs are funded as undergraduate courses). So you will just have one repayment (at 9% of your income above the payment threshold).

The increased loan amount from additional courses doesn’t increase your repayment amount it just extends the time it will take to repay (although it’s like it will be written off before you repay).
I done a PGDE not a PGCE, I don't know if that affects it differently?
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(Original post by Jamiemuldoon249)
I done a PGDE not a PGCE, I don't know if that affects it differently?
No different. Also undergraduate funding model.

It’s only the masters loan or doctoral loans that increase your repayment amounts
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