Both Student loans and allowances are provided by Studylink to eligible students and can help pay for your course and living costs while you study. The New Zealand Government has plans to introduce a fees free tertiary education policy and we will keep this page updated as more details are announced.
The student loan can help you pay for your tertiary education but it is a loan that you must pay back. It's often used to cover compulsory fees, course-related costs and top up living costs if your not entitled to the full allowance. A Student Allowance is a weekly payment that can help with your living expenses while you’re studying.
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The Government is introducing a fees-free tertiary education policy. This means that studying with us for the first year will be fees-free for eligible first time tertiary students. The advice from the Tertiary Education Commission is to continue with the usual enrolment processes. To find out more take a look at TEC fees free.
Other allowances and benefits
Work and Income also offers other allowances and benefits you may be entitled to. They include:
- Accommodation Supplement
- Away from Home Allowance
- Childcare Subsidy
- Community Services Card
- Disability Allowance
- Recoverable Assistance Programme Grant
- Special Benefit
- Special Needs Grant
- Student Allowance Transfer Grant
- Training Incentive Allowance.
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