How do I get an application form?
- Go to reception at Parkshot where a member of our enrolments team will be able to assist in completing the form.
- Ask for a copy of the form in the post by emailing email@example.com
The fund is limited and is available to assist those learners who are in difficult financial circumstances and who have a low household income.
The bursary is not a loan from the college and therefore does not require repayment.
Please ensure you-
On completion of your application form return it either by -
* Please allow 2 weeks before the course starts for your application to be considered.
Your bursary application form and evidence will be forwarded to the relevant person for approval. This process may take up to a week.
If your application is successful we will need to keep any information you provide with your enrollment form. These documents are regularly reviewed by auditors who check to make sure that the funds the government have provided to the College are administered and provided to learners who meet the agreed criteria.
If your application is not successful we can either return it to you or we are able to provide a service to securely dispose of the application and related documents, we will contact you to agree which means you would prefer.
The bursary team reviews the documents provided and checks to make sure that the learners who apply are eligible. If approved, the agreed College criteria are used to decide what level of bursary will be awarded to a learner.
If successful the learner will be notified by email of the details/amount that will be paid and any conditions which will affect payment.
If an application is not successful, then the applicant will be emailed either to be asked to supply further evidence or the College will explain why the application could not be processed.
In the event that a learner or their guardian wishes to appeal against a refusal by the bursary team to approve an application, they should write to the College Registrar, providing their grounds for appeal within 10 days of receipt of the notification of the outcome of their application.
The Registrar will carry out an independent evaluation of the application and will respond in writing within 10 days.
Appeals against the content of this procedure are not accepted and there is no further right of appeal.