Part-Time Student Finance

Part-Time Student Finance

This is not an exhaustive list and students enrolled on certain higher education courses may be eligible for additional financial support. Contact student services for further information.
 
Award Details Source
Further Education Award

A grant of up to £465 towards tuition fees (fee grant)
A grant of up to £265 to help with course costs (course grant) (Entitlement to grant will depend on your household income.)

  • Students who have reached the age of 19 years on 1st July 2017
  • Students ordinarily resident in Northern Ireland and have been ordinarily resident in the UK for 3 years before the course start date.
  • Non home EU students may be eligible for fee grant only

Application forms, booklet and information available from Student Services
or Student Finance NI, Further Education Awards Section, 1 Hospital Road, Omagh BT79 OAW
Tel: 028 8225 4546

www.eani.org.uk

Closing date: 29th September 2017
 

Hardship Funds

Assistance is means-tested and students must have applied to all other sources of finance that are available to them in the first instance. This fund is administered through the College.
Age Range: Students must be 18 or over at the start of the academic year.

Application forms and information on eligibility available from Student Services

Childcare Assistance

Help with childcare costs may be available to both further and higher education students through Student Finance NI.
Age Range: Students aged 16+

www.eani.org.uk

Care to Learn Scheme

If you have care of a child then you may be able to get help with childcare and travel costs. This fund is administered through the College.
Age Range: For students aged between 16 and 20 at the start of the course.

  • A parent; and
  • Live in Northern Ireland

(A student should also meet residency requirements in accordance with Education (Student Support) Regulations (Northern Ireland)

Application forms and information on eligibility available from Student Services