EMA - Education Maintenance Allowance
Education Maintenance Allowances (EMAs) give financial support to eligible 16 to 19 year olds who want to continue learning.
HOW MUCH IS IT
EMA is a weekly payment of £30, paid every 2 weeks in arrears.
If you qualify, you need to apply direct to your school or college. Please contact the school office.
If you're eligible for Education Maintenance Allowance (EMA), you need to complete the following every academic year:
- an EMA application form
- a learning agreement
What is EMA
- Apply for or renew EMA
- Can I get EMA
- The learning agreement
- When the payment is made
- Appeal an unsuccessful EMA application
If you have any questions about how the EMA programme works, you can contact the Scottish Government EMA team.
The EMA team cannot help with queries about your EMA application or award. For these queries you need to contact your local council EMA team.
Education Maintenance Allowance - financial help for senior pupils - South Lanarkshire Council.