Students remaining on benefits

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Further Education (Highers, NC, SVQ, Access, Intro to, Prepare for, Step into etc)

  • 16 years and over
  • In receipt of, and allowed to remain on, a government benefit such as Income Support, Employment Support Allowance or Universal Credit.

 

Funding is subject to certain qualifying criteria as defined by the Scottish Government including residence requirements and household income.

 May be considered for:Information required:Documents required may include:

Under 19 years of age and in receipt of a government benefit.

 

Over 19 years of age and in receipt of a government benefit.

 

 

Students eligible to remain on Universal Credit.

  • Tuition fees paid
  • Education Maintenance Allowance (EMA)
  • Study Materials
  • Travel allowance

 

  • Tuition fees paid
  • Travel allowance
  • Study materials 

 

  • Tuition fees paid
  • £28.00 weekly living allowance
  • Travel allowance
  • Study materials
  • Personal Details
  • Education
  • Bank Details
  • Travel Details
  • Student's Income
  • Partner's Income
  • Birth Certificate, Valid Passport, Driving Licence or Young Scot Card
  • Proof of Student Income (P45 / 2 months recent payslips)
  • Partner’s P60
  • Proof of Student’s / Partner’s benefits
  • Tax Credit Award Notice (2021/22) / Universal Credit Details (if applicable)
  • Children’s Birth Certificate (if applicable)

 

 

 

  • Birth Certificate, Valid Passport, Driving Licence
  • Universal Credit details
  • Partner's P60

 

  

  • Inverness College operates an online funding application 
  • You will be invited to apply once offered an unconditional place on a course and funding opens
  • Documents requested can be emailed to funding.ic@uhi.ac.uk or handed into the Student Support Centre
  • Keep an eye on your Student Hub for further information about evidence you have provided
  • You will be notified of the decision about your award and details will be placed on your Student Hub