This link will take you to the forms and related information on Dundee City Council's website. This information will be updated and published here when it becomes available by Dundee City Council Students who are 16 before 30th September and who are eligible to apply for an Education Maintenance Allowance will NOT be entitled to a Clothing Grant for the session beginning in August. A new application form must be completed at the start of each academic session online. Autumn cut off Date:
The aim is to help reduce financial barriers that may restrict young people from remaining in post education. Eligibility To be eligible for an EMA you must meet the residency, age, household income and course criteria outlined in the sections below. Residency Orkney Islands Council refers to various legislation when assessing a young person's residency eligibility, including: Education Maintenance Allowance Scotland Regulations as amended.
Education Access Funds Scotland Determinationand subsequent updates. Generally, you must be able to demonstrate that you have been ordinarily resident in Scotland for three years prior to the start date of the course or the date that you become eligible to apply for EMA.
There may be exceptions to this and you should contact us to discuss your individual circumstances. Age Your date of birth must fall between 1 March and 28 February For school pupils and college students there are 2 intakes per academic year in line with the two statutory school leaving dates.
Autumn intakes take place after the summer holidays, at the start of the academic year. If you were born between 1 March and 30 September you may be eligible to receive EMA payments from August Winter intakes take place after the Christmas holidays. If you were born between 1 Ema application form and 28 February you may be eligible to receive EMA payments from January For young people on Activity Agreements who have reached their statutory school leaving date such as those at the Connect Projectyou should apply at the time you sign your agreement with the Learning Centre as these programmes do not follow the academic calendar.
Household Income To qualify for EMA your household income must be below a certain threshold depending on the number of dependent children within the household. Dependent children are those up to the age of 16 and those between the ages of 16 and 25 who are in full-time Further or Higher Education.
The household income thresholds for to are: Young people who are formally defined as a 'Looked After Child' do not need to submit household income details. This excludes those in informal kinship care arrangements, who would be required to provide their carer's income details.
Course 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.
College students should be studying a full-time or part-time, non-advanced course of education. The number of hours for college courses may vary. For young people at the Connect Project, weekly learning hours may vary depending on your Activity Agreement and your individual circumstances. Application Process If you meet all the eligibility criteria, you should complete an application form to apply for EMA.
They can be collected from your school, college or learning centre. You must submit a fully completed and signed application form along with all relevant supporting documentation, including: Birth certificate or passport. Proof of household income if applicable. For full details about providing proof of income and what documentation is required, please refer to the Student Funding Handbook.
Further details about which sources of income are taken into consideration is available in the 'Financial Assessment' document.
Please note that your application can take approximately weeks to process during busy periods. If you have not heard from us after this time, please contact us to ensure that we have received your application. Submission Dates If you are eligible to receive EMA payments from August, you should submit your application by 30 September in order to have your payments backdated to the start of term.
If you are eligible from January, you should submit your application by 28 February in order to have your payments backdated to the start of term. If your application is received after the deadline date, the award can only be made from the week that it is received by the Education Grants Team and cannot be backdated.
The final closing date for applications is 31 March No applications from schools or Orkney College will be processed after this date. Learning Agreements If your application is successful, you will be sent a letter with your full award details and a Learning Agreement. This is an agreement between the student and the educational establishment which sets out targets for the academic year and details the responsibilities of each party.
Failure to comply with the terms and conditions of this Agreement may result in non-payment of EMA. Your School or Learning Centre can advise you of who needs to sign your Agreement. No payments can be made until the Learning Agreement has been signed and returned to the Education Grants Team.If you meet all the eligibility criteria, you should complete an application form to apply for EMA.
They can be collected from your school, college or learning centre. Alternatively, you can download an application form in PDF format from the ‘Related Downloads’ section of this page.
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New versions of the 4 electronic Application Forms (eAF v.
) and the related release notes are now available. This new version is a hotfix release of the forms and can be used as of 28th September via the EMA eSubmission Gateway. No additional submission should be done via CESP. Education Maintenance Allowance (EMA) You may be able to claim Education Maintenance Allowance (EMA) if you’re studying in Northern Ireland, We’ll send you a link to a feedback form.
It. form to the EMA Team, with the relevant documentation. We recommend you send this application and your original documents by registered/secure mail as you are sending personal information – this also guarantees delivery.