The maximum amount of Adult Dependants’ Grant (ADG) available in 2020/21 is £3,094 per year. You can only apply for ADG if you have a partner or another adult who is financially dependent on you.
You can only apply for this grant for one adult dependant. If you have more than one adult dependant you can still only receive ADG once.
The amount of ADG available to you depends on your income and that of your partner and any other dependants. If the adult dependent isn't your husband, wife, partner or civil partner and they have a net annual income of more than £3,923, you can't get Adult Dependants' Grant.
Evidence you'll need to send:
No, unless you leave your course or there's a change in your circumstances which results in an overpayment.
If you're continuing on the same course any grant overpayment will be deducted from future grant instalments.
If you've left your course, you'll need to repay the grant overpayment. We'll contact you to arrange repayment.
ADG is paid directly into your bank account at the start of each term. This will only happen after you've registered on your course and your attendance has been confirmed by your university or college.
If you're applying for Childcare Grant, Parents' Learning Allowance or ADG and your child or adult dependant's income has dropped by at least 15% since the tax year being asked for on the application, you can ask for their income to be assessed based on the current tax year.
If you have completed your student finance application, and now want to apply for an ADG, Parents' Learning Allowance and/or Childcare Grant you should complete the application for Dependants' Grants form below.
If you're applying for CCG you also need to complete a Childcare Grant form.