The College is able to offer financial assistance in the form of bursaries to help students with the direct costs of study, such as transport, books, equipment and exams. It is available to students who may have difficulties in completing their courses because of financial considerations or for unforeseen emergencies. You can contact our admin team if you are not sure whether you
16-19 Bursary Fund 2020/21
The Bursary Fund is available to assist students who may have difficulties in completing their course because of financial considerations and to assist students with unforeseen emergencies. Speak to our Bursary Administrator if you are not sure whether you would qualify for a bursary.
The Bursary Fund helps students with direct costs of study such as transport, books, equipment, exam resits and field trips. If you need further details, please visit the GOV.UK
website or [/contact-us]Contact Us
Visit the Gov.UK website for information about the Care to Learn Grant
to help with the cost of childcare for young parents (available to under 20's).
Please read the Bursary Fund Information Leaflet 2020/2021 before you complete the Bursary Application Form 2020/21.
If your application is successful, you will be reimbursed in arrears at the end of each half term into the account you have specified on your application form. It is therefore important to retain bus or train tickets and receipts for items purchased for College. These will be used as evidence for making payments.
If you have any queries at all, please telephone Emma Calderwood, Student Services Administrator on 01483 423526. or email firstname.lastname@example.org