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HESA Student Record 2010/11 - Reason for partial or full non-payment of tuition fees

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HESA Student Record 2010/11

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Reason for partial or full non-payment of tuition fees

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Short nameNONPAY

This field identifies the reason for any partial or full non-payment of tuition fees for the student.

Applicable toEngland

All instances at institutions in England where Instance.FESTUMK = 1, 3 or 4 and where Instance.REDUCEDI = 00 and Course.MSFUND does not equal 91

Valid entries and labels
11Fees refunded
12Tax relief for vocational programmes
13Fees waived - other funding
14Fee adjustments - bad debt
17Fees waived - 16-18 year old learner; provision funded by the LSC
18Fees waived - in receipt of an income-based state benefit (not covered by any other code relating to income-based state benefit)
19Fees waived - unwaged dependent of any people in codes 18, 22, or 23
20Fees waived - undertaking programmes where the main learning aim is basic skills
21Fees waived for another reason consistent with the local provider policy
22Fees waived - asylum seeker in receipt of the equivalent of an income-based state benefit
23Fees waived - in receipt of jobseekers allowance
26Fee is zero
27Fees waived - Council-funded project where the Council has agreed that the learner is eligible for fee-remission
28Fees waived - in receipt of working tax credit
29Fees waived - level 2 entitlement
30Fees waived - in receipt of pension guarantee credit
31Fees waived - level 3 entitlement
99Fees paid in full

Code 28 should be used if the learner is in receipt of working tax credit and is eligible for fee remission as defined by the LSC in FE Funding Guidance 2003/04.

Not applicable to economic cost recovery fees.

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Reason required

To determine the extent of remission of fees in the sector.

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Field length2
Minimum occurrences0
Maximum occurrences1
Schema components
Element: NONPAY
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