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View this news item for more information about when you should submit your full-time, undergraduate Student Finance application by in order to ensure your funding will be in place for the start of your course this autumn.
Continuing students need to reapply for their Student Finance for 2019-20, even if you didn't provide your household income information as part of your application in previous years.
Student Finance applications for the 2019-20 academic year for students from England are now open.
From the 6th April 2019, the repayment threshold for student loans for students from England and Wales will increase to £25,725 from the current £25,000. The repayment threshold for students from Northern Ireland will be £18,935.