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Instead of paying your tuition fee upfront, you will pay a fixed percentage of your gross income for a period of time once you are working.
Only start repaying once your gross income is at or above the minimum threshold. Your monthly repayments will be a fixed percentage of your monthly income. This allows you to only repay what you can afford.
The total repayment is always capped and you will never pay more than the cap amount.
We evaluate your application based on your potential to succeed, not only on your current financial situation.
Pay a fixed monthly percentage of your gross income. This course requires an 350 GBP upfront student deposit, which is not stipulated in the calculator below. (The tool below is for illustrative purposes only and may not represent your payments exactly.)
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Frequently Asked Questions
A Shared Income Agreement is a contractual agreement through which your tuition fee is deferred. In exchange, you agree to share a fixed percentage of your income.
You don’t have to pay anything during the period your gross income is below the minimum income threshold. For example, suppose the minimum income threshold for your Shared Income Agreement is £2,000 gross per month (equivalent to £24,000 gross per year). If your gross income falls below £2,000 gross per month, your payments will pause during those months. Your payments will resume when your gross income is at or above the minimum threshold established in your Shared Income Agreement contract.
Shared Income Agreement repayments adjust according to your gross income so that you always pay what you can afford. In addition, the minimum income threshold ensures you will not pay until you make an income that is equal to or above that level.