Advanced Learner Loans

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Self-Funding Your Qualifications

Do you want to gain further qualifications in your chosen career?
You may be eligible for a government-backed Advanced Learning Loan to pay for your course fee.

Key Facts;

  • The amount of money you can borrow depends on your course. The minimum amount you can borrow is £300.

  • When applying for a 24+ Advanced Learning Loan, there is no credit check and household income isn’t taken into account.

  • Loan repayments are linked to what you earn when you’ve finished your course, not how much you borrowed.

  • You only need to start paying back your 24+ Advanced Learning Loan when you’ve finished your course and you’re earning more than £21,000 a year (which is £404 a week and £1,750 a month). You pay back 9% of the money you earn over £21,000.

  • Loan repayments will be taken directly from your wage through the tax system from April 2016.

  • If you want to make voluntary repayments, you can do so at any time.

Before taking out any loan, you should consider all your options. If you want advice on managing your finances, you can get impartial advice from the Money Advice Service at

For more information on loans and to apply, visit

To speak to our advisors please call:  0845 223 2401

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