Publication - Statistics

Education Maintenance Allowances 2014-15

Published: 23 Mar 2016
Part of:
Statistics
ISBN:
9781786521866

EMAs provide financial support for 16 to 19 year olds from low-income households to overcome financial barriers to participation in appropriate school or college courses or an Activity Agreement. This release contains information on pupils and students in Scotland who received at least one payment under the EMA programme.

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Contents
Education Maintenance Allowances 2014-15
Table 1. Young people in receipt of EMA by institution type and gender: 2006-07 to 2014-15

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Table 1. Young people in receipt of EMA by institution type and gender: 2006-07 to 2014-15

  Academic Year Total Male Female
All Institutions 2006-07 37,480 17,245 20,235
2007-08 37,275 16,955 20,320
2008-09 39,000 17,870 21,130
2009-10 37,230 17,385 19,850
2010-11 34,780 16,660 18,115
2011-12 34,390 16,730 17,660
2012-13 35,515 17,400 18,115
2013-14 35,470 17,175 17,885
2014-15 33,180 16,300 16,875
Schools 2006-07 24,430 11,485 12,945
2007-08 24,020 11,270 12,750
2008-09 24,460 11,555 12,905
2009-10 23,290 11,095 12,190
2010-11 21,120 10,240 10,880
2011-12 22,135 10,900 11,235
2012-13 23,335 11,530 11,810
2013-14 24,195 11,930 12,220
2014-15 22,530 11,245 11,285
Colleges 2006-07 13,050 5,760 7,290
2007-08 13,255 5,685 7,570
2008-09 14,540 6,315 8,225
2009-10 13,945 6,285 7,655
2010-11 13,660 6,420 7,235
2011-12 12,255 5,830 6,430
2012-13 12,175 5,870 6,305
2013-14 11,275 5,250 5,665
2014-15 10,650 5,055 5,590

Revision: The college EMA figures and total EMA figures for 2013-14 and 2014-15 have been revised.
The figures originally published on Wednesday 23 March 2016 were based on incomplete college EMA datasets.
Figures in this table have been rounded to the nearest 5


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