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2013 to 2014 cycle now ended.
This guide sets out the requirements for the administration of funding for RBF. It also describes the collection and monitoring arrangements
The Residential Bursary Funding helps with the cost of accommodation for young people attending certain specialist education.
To qualify for funding with a designated provider, the education will require the young person to be resident in order to participate because it is not available locally and/or because it requires students to be available at unsociable hours on a regular basis.
This guide provides information to all institutions receiving 16 to 19 Residential Bursary Fund allocations in 2014 to 2015. Last year’s guidance is also available on this page.