The Government has confirmed that in 2016/17
Income assessment of the Awards means that support for students from low income households will be increased. For example, a student whose annual household income is under £30,000 will pay no fees for their course. If their household income is under £21,000 they could receive up to a maximum of £5,185 per annum in a grant to help with living costs.
All funding awarded is in the form of a grant not a loan, so it does not need to be paid back in the future.
A student's contribution to fees will be the same irrespective of which DaDA provider s/he chooses to study with.
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