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    I get the bursary from college. Am I claiming one of the government benefits?
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    is it discretionary or vulnerable bursary?
    so do you get it because of low income or being in care/receiving pip?
    it also depends in what context you're speaking - why do you need to know?
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    (Original post by fxlloutboyy)
    is it discretionary or vulnerable bursary?
    so do you get it because of low income or being in care/receiving pip?
    it also depends in what context you're speaking - why do you need to know?
    I get it because of my household income
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    (Original post by nina313)
    I get it because of my household income
    Then yes, it is considered as a benefit.
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    <£22'000 ?
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    It doesn't matter, take what you can get, chances are you'll pay out more than you get in the long run.
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    it's not technically a benefit but it's a bursary for small household incomes. I also receive this bursary
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