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Student Finance for AAT

Mosh13Mosh13 New MemberRegistered Posts: 8
Hey. Does anyone know whether Student Finance supports applications for the AAT Level 2 Qualification?

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  • Sulew17Sulew17 Well-Known Registered Posts: 174
    No fraid not. They only support full-time courses as far as I know.
  • Diddy MauDiddy Mau Well-Known Registered Posts: 238
    I think Sulew17 is right.
    The only funding available is for Full Time Students, depending on your circumstances you could always see if the colege allows other ways to fund the course. Job Seekers Allowance, Child Tax Credit
  • Mosh13Mosh13 New Member Registered Posts: 8
    Thanks for the information.
  • Sulew17Sulew17 Well-Known Registered Posts: 174
    If you're on JobSeekers, disability or receive Income Support you should be to get funding through your college / provider for AAT. Also, I think people on Working Tax Credits can also get funding. Have a look at the Skills Agency website and also NextStep (via www.direct.gov.uk) and you should be able to find some more info. I received full funding for Levels 2 & 3 as I am a carer and receive income support. Good luck.

    Su
  • Sulew17Sulew17 Well-Known Registered Posts: 174
    Sulew17 wrote: »
    If you're on JobSeekers, disability or receive Income Support you should be to get funding through your college / provider for AAT.

    Hi, sorry that should have said 'you should be able to get...'

    Su
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