*Returning to Campus Update* 

We look forward to welcoming all our new and returning students to the College for the 2020/21 academic year. In light of COVID-19 we have implemented a number of changes to protect the health and wellbeing of everyone at the College. It is important that we respect and adhere to these new measures. Please practise social distancing and follow the one way traffic system around campus. We also encourage students and staff to wear face coverings in public spaces and to use hand sanitiser available at stations around each campus.

For more information please visit https://www.src.ac.uk/the-college/covid-19-info or get in touch via email info@src.ac.uk or call 0300 123 1223.

Further Education Grant

Further Education Grant

What is an FE Grant?

Students over 19 on 1 July and who are progressing in Further Education courses (both part time and full time) up to and including Level 3 can apply to Student Finance NI in Omagh for a Further Education Grant. This is a means tested allowance. You can apply for a Further Education Grant from April onwards. Do not wait for Exam Results.

Closing dates for receipt of applications for courses commencing during the 2019/2020 academic year will be as follows:

  • Closing Date for Full Time Applications is 1 September 2019 .
  • Closing Date for Part Time Applications is 30 September 2019 . Applications must be fully completed and all necessary documentation attached before they will be accepted. All applications must be sent directly to EANI (address below) - forms will not be accepted on campus. It is advised that applications are sent recorded delivery.

As the budget is limited it may not be possible to offer an award to every eligible applicant who submits an application by the published closing date.


How much will I receive?

The table below will give you an idea of the amount of maintenance grant you may receive for Full Time study:

Annual Household Income

Amount of Grant (living at parents' home)

Amount of Grant (living away from parents' home)

Up to £21,330 £1,674 £2,092
£21,331 - £26,160 £1,490 £1,863
£26,161 - £31,580 £1,306 £1,633
£31.581 - £38,805 £1,122 £1,402
£38,806 and over No funding No funding


The table below will give you an idea of the amount of grant you may receive for fees and course related costs for Part Time study:

Annual Household Income

Grant for Fee Support

Grant for Books and Stationery

Up to £15,000 £465 £265
£15,001 - £20,000 £275 £157
£20,001 - £25,000 £185 £105
£25,001 and over No grant No grant

When and how will I get paid?

Payment will be made following satisfactory attendance confirmation to the EA.

Full time study – Payment is normally at the beginning of each academic term i.e. September, January and April and by cheque for collection at your campus of study, depending on satisfactory attendance. Student ID must be produced.

Part time study – Students will receive a notification letter (CA1 form) from EA which should be presented to your Campus of study to release funds and generate any refund due to student. Any Grant Payment will be made directly to your bank account.

What if I don't get paid?

Please contact the EA FE grant section directly.

Who should I contact on Campus?

Please contact a member of the Campus Services Team on your Campus.

Important Links:

https://www.eani.org.uk/fegrantsnew win icon


Queries and more information:

  • The telephone number is: 028 8225 4546 
  • If you have any queries regarding your FE Grant application, payment or any other information please contact the EANI directly as per above.