Section 9 Dependent student nancial details
Who completes this section?
Only complete this section if you’ve been instructed to do so at 7.3.
We will share and check the details you give us with HM Revenue & Customs, allowing us to gain the
most accurate information possible. This can only be done if you have a valid National Insurance (NI)
number. This information will be used to work out if you are eligible to get Welsh Government Learning
Grant Further Education (WGLG FE) based on household income. To nd out more about how your
information is used and why, make sure you read our Information Usage Summary on page 4 of the
You can get up to £1,500 for a full-time course or up to £750 for a part-time course, depending on the
household income. The higher income from you or your parent(s) will be used to assess your entitlement.
Annual household income Part-time (275 – 499 hours) Full-time (500+ hours)
Up to £6,120 £750 £1,500
£6,121 – £12,235 £450 £750
£12,236 – £18,370 £300 £450
£18,371 and above £0 £0
Financial information for tax year 2019-20
How to complete Part A
• Answer every question.
• Where you answer ‘Yes’ to a question you must
give gross income amounts.
• Any amounts given must be for the tax year
starting 6 April 2019 and ending 5 April 2020.
• If you leave any question blank in Part A we will
not be able to process this application.
• If you don’t receive a specific type of income
listed in a question, write ‘n/a’.
Do I need to send any evidence of financial
details with this application?
No, you don’t need to send any evidence of your
financial details now, but we may write out to
request this at a later date.
What if my income has dropped since 2019-20?
If your household income has permanently
changed since tax year 2019-20, refer to page
23 of the notes for more information.
If you’re self assessed – read page 23 of the notes for more information.
If you’re not self assessed – you can use your P60 to complete this section.
9.1 NI number
9.2 Were you in receipt of Income Support
or Income-related Employment and
9.3 Were you in receipt of Universal Credit?