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Can I claim government benefits as a student?

Can I claim government benefits as a student?

Wednesday 10 February 2016Other sources of funding

If you’re a student in further or higher education in the UK you may be able to claim social security benefits from the government in addition to any student funding you get. The benefits you can apply for depend on your circumstances and whether you’re studying full- or part-time. Here’s an overview with links to more information.

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What tax credits can I get as a student?

What tax credits can I get as a student?

Friday 8 March 2013Other sources of funding

Tax credits are payments made by the UK government to some people with low incomes. You may be entitled to tax credits if you’re a full- or part-time student in further or higher education in the UK. They’re available if you have children and/or you’re working. Here’s an overview with links to more information.

Tax credits are payments made by the UK government to some people with low incomes. You may be...

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Can I get student funding from educational charities and trusts?

Can I get student funding from educational charities and trusts?

Friday 8 March 2013Other sources of funding

You may be able to get funding from educational charities and trusts to study for a course of further or higher education in the UK, in addition to the usual sources of student income such as loans and grants from the government. Here’s an overview of some of the options that are available, with links to more information.

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