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    Hi, i got a form from the finance department in my college to see if i was entitled to any bursary, ema, travel etc. Now i am aware at school i was not entitled to EMA as it's income assessed and i did not meet the allowed bracket. I'm now at college and found the form very daunting, many sections were very detaled. Does anyone know if i am entitled to anything, and does the fact my parents already support one student in the family make a difference? Thanks!
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    If your parents are on over £30810 a year between them you get nowt.
    http://www.direct.gov.uk/en/Parents/...oney/DG_067577
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    You need to be 16, 17 or 18 and your household income needs to be less than £30 810 per year.

    http://www.direct.gov.uk/en/Educatio.../EMA/DG_066951
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    Thanks! is this the same for a college bursary then?
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    are you doing A levels?
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    I'm guessing a college bursary would vary between colleges. Try emailing them or looking on their website.
 
 
 
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