Student Allowances, which are non-refundable grants to students of limited means, are means tested and the weekly amount granted depends on residential and citizenship qualifications, age, location, marital status, dependent children as well as personal, spousal or parental income. The allowance is intended for living expenses, so most students receiving an allowance will still need a student loan to pay for their tuition fees.
Student allowances should only be permitted to students who work part time or casually, who do not drink alcohol , smoke or use drugs. There should be a card assigned to students that prevent them from buying alcohol, cigarettes or drugs with student allowance money, similar to job-seeker benefit rules. If it's discovered a student smells of tobacco or alcohol, they should be investigated, warned of potentially losing their Student Allowance on a three-step warning process.
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I would like to see living costs included in the application. Because the current income assessments are unrealistic. I tried to retrain to improve my employment opportunities after having children but I couldn't get an allowance based on my husband's gross income. Unfortunately his income was not enough to survive on after tax, mortgage, household Bill's and food for a family of 5. Therefore I'm still stuck cleaning with no other opportunities.
Yes, however for most students university and polytech are the only to move forward in tertiary education I think the costs should be lower, take Switzerland they have free public tertiary education. It should not be based on parents income but rather as the student individual. There is also the aspect of scholarships that the majority of nz students aren't eligible to apply for .
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