The Cirencester College Learner Bursary Fund

Young people who need some financial support to help them stay in education or training after 16 can apply to the college for the new 16-19 Bursary Fund. The most in need will be eligible for a bursary of £1200 a year. This includes young people in care, care leavers, young people receiving income support and disabled young people receiving both Employment Support Allowance and Disability Living Allowance. Young people eligible for income support will include some teenage parents, young people estranged from their families, and those whose parents have died.

Other students facing financial difficulties may also be able to claim a bursary to help with costs of transport, food, equipment or other course-related costs.

CCLB Information for new students

This information only relates to students studying at Cirencester College who are aged 16-18. This is not finance information for Higher Education.

Useful Information

***CCLB Application Form 2018/19 for 16-18 Year Olds***

Application form for the Cirencester College Learner Bursary.

This version of the form should be used by students who will be under 19 and starting college in September 2018

CCLB Application Form 2017/18 for 16-18 Year Olds

Application form for the Cirencester College Learner Bursary.

This version of the form should be used by students who will be under 19 and starting college in September 2017

CCLB Application Form 2017/18 for students receiving the Advanced Learning Loan

Application form for the Cirencester College Advanced Learner Bursary.

This version of the form should be used by students who will be over 19 and starting college in September 2017

Free Meals

The Government are in the process of announcing possible changes to free school meal eligibility following the introduction of Universal Credit. Please be aware that if we approve your status for free school meals now, this may be subject to change following any further announcements

Free Meals

The Government are in the process of announcing possible changes to free school meal eligibility following the introduction of Universal Credit. Please be aware that if we approve your status for free school meals now, this may be subject to change following any further announcements