Adult Dependants’ Grant


The Adult Dependants’ Grant (ADG) helps towards course-related costs if you have an adult who depends on you financially.

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How much can you get?

The maximum amount of ADG you can get is £2,049 per year.

You can only apply for ADG if you have a partner or another adult who is financially dependent on you. The amount available to you depends on your course intensity and household income

You’ll be asked for this information when you apply.

Course intensity:Maximum Adult Dependants' Grant available:

50%-59%

£1,366

60%-74%

£1,639.20

75% or more

£2,049

How is it paid?

ADG is paid into your bank account.

Before your first payment is made, you’ll need to make sure your university or college complete section 3 of the Part-Time Grants for Dependants (PTGFD) form. Return this and your first payment will be made after the form has been processed.

Anything else you should know?

You can only apply for this grant for one adult dependant. If you have more than one adult dependant you will still only receive the Adult Dependants’ Grant once. The income of the adult who is dependent on you must be no more than £3,923

You must be studying at a course intensity of at least 50% to qualify for CCG.

ADG doesn’t need to be paid back unless you leave your course or there’s a change in your circumstances which results in an overpayment





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