Data set from Student loan forecasts for England

Table 10: Higher education undergraduate student loan outlay by Household Residual Income

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Higher education undergraduate student loan outlay by Household Residual Income

Data set details

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Student loan forecasts for England
Release type
Geographic levels
  • Total outlay (£ thousands)
  • Mean outlay per student
  • Number of students
  • HRI band (£ thousands)
Time period

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Table showing first 5 rows, from underlying data
Not Stated40440001120036000021.93202122Academic yearNationalE92000001England
£038864001790021700021.08202122Academic yearNationalE92000001England
£0-584290017500480004.57202122Academic yearNationalE92000001England
£5-10135530017500770007.35202122Academic yearNationalE92000001England
£10-15122390017700690006.64202122Academic yearNationalE92000001England

Variables in this data set

Table showing all 5 variables
Variable nameVariable description
hri_bandHRI band (£ thousands) - Filter by HRI band
mean_outlay_per_student_£Mean outlay per student
number_of_studentsNumber of students
total_outlay_£000Total outlay (£ thousands)


  1. Coverage: Full-time undergraduate English-domiciled borrowers who receive loans through Student Finance England. For further details on eligibility, please see the Student Finance England practitioner website:
  2. Loan outlay includes tuition fee loan and maintenance loan.
  3. These academic year 2021/22 figures are provisional figures based on DfE analysis of SLC data.
  4. Individuals who chose not to provide their household residual income may have an income over the maximum threshold.
  5. Maintenance loans are means tested and calculated based on a sliding scale of household residual income depending on students’ living location.
  6. The household residual income figure provided may not be from academic year 2021/22 as students do not typically have to submit a new figure in each year of their study.
  7. Part-time students have been excluded from the table due to having a large proportion of borrowers with non-declared income. Only a small proportion of part-time borrowers requested or received a maintenance loan in AY 2021/22, and borrowers do not need to supply household income information when requesting fee loan support only.
  8. These figures are restricted to higher education undergraduate loans and do not include Advanced Learner Loans.
  9. Total outlay is in thousands of pounds and is rounded to the nearest 100 thousand pounds, mean outlay is rounded to the nearest 100 pounds, and number of students to the nearest thousand.
  10. Proportions may not appear to sum due to rounding.

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