Missed payment will be backdated to the start of term.▪ To be credited with EMA you must attend all lessons, study sessions and Tf L sessions and sign an EMA learning agreement with the school.A handy funding guide will be sent out with your application form and this will detail the evidence that you will need.
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College students should be studying a full-time or part-time, non-advanced course of education. Non-advanced courses are those up to National Certificate (NC) level.
For young people at the Connect Project, weekly learning hours may vary depending on your Activity Agreement and your individual circumstances.
The guidelines for academic year 2017 to 2018 are as follows: To be eligible for an EMA you must meet the residency, age, household income and course criteria outlined in the sections below.
To receive EMA support, a young person must have been ordinarily resident in Scotland for three years prior to the start date of their course or the date that they become eligible to apply for EMA.
The household income thresholds are: A young person aged 16 or under is classed as a dependent child.
Students aged 16-25 who are in further education and being parentally supported will also be classed as a dependent.
For school pupils, you should normally be studying a full-time, non-advanced course of education.
This is usually a minimum of 21 guided learning hours per week.
The following eligibility criteria must be met: Students must have their 16th,17th, 18th, or 19th birthday on or between 2 July 2016 and 1 July 2017 and be starting or continuing in further education from September 2017.
Students must be undertaking a full time further education course (15 or more hours per week).
The aim is to help reduce financial barriers that may restrict young people from remaining in post-16 education.