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|Special Restrictions?||students who\'s parents that earn over £30,000 will not be entitled|
|Any Obligations?||not at all|
What does EMA stand for?
EMA is a shortened name for Education Maintenance Allowance.
What is EMA?
EMA is a weekly allowance that is to be spent on equipment for sixthform/College and also to cover the costs of travel.
Do i qualify for EMA?
If your parents earn less than £30,000 a year you will be entitled to either £30, £20 or £10, so it all depends on the home owners yearly income. You may also recieve bonuses depending on your attendance this is normally 95% so anything less then you may not be able to recieve that £100 bonus you really want!
How do you recieve the money?
your weekly allowance will be paid into your young person's bank account on the following week. You wil need to hand in your EMA card with it all signed by the lesson tutor and hand it in every Friday to the person who deal's with this. You will then receive the money in your bank account the following thursday.
What if my parents recieve benefits?
Parents recieving bebefits will not affect what you are entitled to. This money is for you not your parents.
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