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    Hello,

    I have recently applied for a HC2 certificate as I am an undergraduate student in full time education at university.

    I have received a letter from the NHS asking for proof about a HEI bursary (Higher Education Institution). In the letter it says and I quote,

    "Students who are in receipt of the maximum maintenance grant and subject to variable tuition fees which are higher than the amount of their maintenance grant are entitled to a non-repayable bursary from their HEI. From your application, it appears that you would be entitled to an HEI bursary."

    However, the only bursary I get is £500 from the university (and that's not just for me but to every student who has paid their tuition fees on time). This is a non-means tested bursary as well - every student gets it.

    So, should I leave that blank or do I need to fill in about how I get £500 off the university for paying my tuition fees on time?
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    Hello,

    I have recently applied for a HC2 certificate as I am an undergraduate student in full time education at university.

    I have received a letter from the NHS asking for proof about a HEI bursary (Higher Education Institution). In the letter it says and I quote,

    "Students who are in receipt of the maximum maintenance grant and subject to variable tuition fees which are higher than the amount of their maintenance grant are entitled to a non-repayable bursary from their HEI. From your application, it appears that you would be entitled to an HEI bursary."

    However, the only bursary I get is £500 from the university (and that's not just for me but to every student who has paid their tuition fees on time). This is a non-means tested bursary as well - every student gets it.

    So, should I leave that blank or do I need to fill in about how I get £500 off the university for paying my tuition fees on time?
    I imagine you would fill it in, as it counts towards your personal income.
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