Data set from Student loan forecasts for England

Table 12: Proportion of higher education undergraduate borrowers by length of loan borrowing

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Proportion of higher education undergraduate borrowers by length of loan borrowing

Data set details

Theme
Finance and funding
Publication
Student loan forecasts for England
Release type
Geographic levels
National
Indicators
  • Proportion of borrowers
Filters
  • Plan type
  • Loan type
  • Number of years of funding
Time period
2022/23

Data set preview

Table showing first 5 rows, from underlying data
plan_typeloan_typeyears_of_fundingproportion_borrowers_to_202829time_periodtime_identifiergeographic_levelcountry_codecountry_name
Plan 2Higher education full time124202223Academic yearNationalE92000001England
Plan 2Higher education full time210202223Academic yearNationalE92000001England
Plan 2Higher education full time343202223Academic yearNationalE92000001England
Plan 2Higher education full time418202223Academic yearNationalE92000001England
Plan 2Higher education full time5+4202223Academic yearNationalE92000001England

Variables in this data set

Table showing all 4 variables
Variable nameVariable description
loan_typeLoan type - Filter by loan type
plan_typePlan type - Filter by plan type
proportion_borrowers_to_202829Proportion of borrowers
years_of_fundingNumber of years of funding - Filter by number of years of funding

Footnotes

  1. Coverage: Borrowers who receive undergraduate loans through Student Finance England. For further details on eligibility, please see the Student Finance England practitioner website: https://www.practitioners.slc.co.uk/products.
  2. The outlay model only forecasts students as receiving loans up to six years after entering higher education; therefore no Plan 1 outlay is forecasted. However, there are some exceptional cases where students may still be paid a Plan 1 loan across our forecast horizon, for example, if they had suspended their studies.
  3. These figures are restricted to higher education undergraduate loans and do not include Advanced Learner Loans.
  4. Years counted for years of funding do not need to be consecutive. Where a borrower funds subsequent courses with student loans, each course is counted as a separate period of funding.
  5. Proportions are calculated over all student cohorts between academic years 2022/23 and 2028/29.
  6. Proportions have been rounded to the nearest 1%.
  7. Proportions may not appear to sum due to rounding.

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