Bursaries & Financial Support
We understand that Further Education may involve some extra expense. There are a number of ways to access help with these costs.
The information published here is regarding the financial support available at Brockenhurst for the academic year 2017/18. We hope to replicate this financial support for 2018/19 however we cannot confirm at this time.
Please check our website again after June 1st 2018 by which time we will be able to confirm the financial support available for 2018/19 and have bursary forms for you to print, complete and send in with your evidence of household income.
- Ensure that your family is accessing all the state benefits they are entitled to, including Child Benefit and Children’s Tax credit.
- Check with your Local Authority to see if they will assist with travel costs (now mainly aimed at students with special needs).
- Check if there is help available from local charities or trust funds.
- Apply to our College Bursary Fund (see below).
For students aged 16-18 on 31/08/2018 who are care leavers or in care, or receiving Income Support or receiving either ESA & DLA or PIP & Universal Credit (see page 3 of the Bursary application for full details of eligibility).
Please complete pages 1, 2, 3 and 7 of the Bursary application form
For students who are aged 16-18 on 31/08/2018 (or 19 on 31/08/2018 and either have an EHCP or are continuing onto the 2nd year of 2 year course) and live with a family whose income is less than £21,000 p.a.
The bursary will pay for essential course costs and contribute up to 50% towards the cost of a travel pass ordered through the College (see page 4 of the Bursary application for full details of eligibility).
Please complete pages 1, 2, 4, and 7 of the Bursary application form
Free College Meals
For students who meet the National Free College Meals Criteria (see page 5 of the Bursary application form for full details of eligibility).
Please complete pages 1, 2, 5 and 7 of the Bursary application form
For students aged 19+ on 31/08/2018 with an income of less than £30,000 p.a, the bursary will contribute towards the cost of travel to College and childcare.( see page 6 of the Bursary application for full details of eligibility).
Please complete pages 1, 2, 6 and 7.
For full information regarding National Guidance and eligibility for these awards please see:
Grants and Bursaries for Adult Learners https://www.gov.uk/grant-bursary-adult-learners
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