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How much Disabled Students' Allowances (DSAs) is paid in United Kingdom?

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How much Disabled Students' Allowances (DSAs) is paid in United Kingdom?

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    How much you get depends on your individual needs - not your household income. If you’re a part-time student your ‘course intensity’ can affect how much you get. If you are Full-time student you will be paid specialist equipment allowance up to £5,161 for the whole course, Non-medical helper allowance up to £20,520 a year and general allowance up to £1,724 a year. If you are Partl-time student you will be paid specialist equipment allowance up to £5,161 for the whole course, Non-medical helper allowance up to 15,390 a year and general allowance up to £1,293 a year. Postgraduates can get a single allowance of up to £10,260. These figures are the maximum amounts - most students get less.

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