What Is Education Maintenance Allowance?

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Education Maintenance Allowance (EMA) is in essence a financial scheme. It is applicable to students and those undertaking unpaid work-based learning in the UK, aged between sixteen and nineteen whose parents have a certain level of taxable income. This applies to those doing, or applying to do, at least 12 hours of guided learning on further education courses in school sixth forms, sixth form colleges and Further Education colleges.
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Young people aged 16 by 1 September 2004 who have their own bank account and whose household income is £30,000 or below are eligible for Education Maintenance Allowance (EMA
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Yeah, I've been getting it just fine. If you have filled in your application properly and it has been processed but you're still not getting it, you should really make a complaint
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slaves werent every allowed an education. But black citizens of France were allowed education in the late 1790's. Black citizens of Britain were allowed education in the late 1820
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If your parents earn up to £20,817 per year, you get paid £30 per week. £20,818 - £25,521 per year, you get £20 a week, £25,522 - £30,810
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