The Student Loans Company corporate website provides key information about the Company and its operation. The site also provides information on recruitment and guidance for suppliers.
Student Finance England replaces the services provided by Student Finance Direct, offering information and services to new and continuing students living in England who are interested in financial support.
Student Finance ni provides online services and information for new and continuing students in Northern Ireland who are interested in the financial help available.
Student Finance Wales provides online services and information for new and continuing students in Wales who are interested in the financial help available.
Gov.uk is the UK government's website providing public service information and access to public sector services.
The Student Loans Company is owned by DfE and the Scottish Government and it administers the policies set by them under the relevant legislation and associated regulations.
The majority of current lending, for fees and maintenance loans are repaid through the UK tax system. This system of collection is known as Income Contingent Repayment (ICR). The role of the HM Revenue & Customs (previously known as the Inland Revenue) is collection of these repayments when they become due.
UCAS is the UK central organisation through which applications are processed for entry to full-time undergraduate courses, HNDs and university diplomas.