The NHS Education Lottery is one of the most important opportunities to be born in the UK.
It awards over £2 billion in funding annually to schools, universities and colleges to help fund the delivery of education to over 2 million children in England.
There are currently more than 2 million applicants for the lottery.
This year’s lottery is looking to raise £1.2 billion.
What is the NHS Education lottery?
The NHS Education and Skills lottery aims to encourage a range of education options for under-21s by giving a number of options to those aged 18 to 24 to consider when selecting their course of study.
Who qualifies for the NHS Educational Lottery?
Anyone who has completed a minimum of four years of primary school can apply to the lottery to receive £200 of the overall allocation of £1,500 for courses at a school.
For those aged between 16 and 18, a maximum of one full-time course can be chosen per year at the university level, while those aged over 18 may choose up to two courses per year.
How to apply?
Online applications are now open to anyone aged between 18 and 24, and the lottery will open from September 19th to October 3rd.
There is no fee to apply, and there is no need to provide any details.
In total, the lottery awards a total of £3.3 billion in additional funding to schools and colleges each year.
However, it is also one of only three major grants that funding to universities has been provided by the government.
More about the lottery: How can I apply?
To apply to take part in the lottery, you will need to complete a form on the NHS Foundation Trust website.
This can be completed online, or by telephone.
You will need your university ID number to complete your application.
It is not necessary to have a degree in order to apply for the prize.
Please note: You may not be able to attend all the courses offered through the lottery if you are: aged between 20 and 24 years old (under 18 years of age), a permanent resident, a student or student visitor from outside the UK or have a disability.
The lottery does not accept applications from students or students who have had their academic qualifications interrupted or who are on a course-by-course basis.
Where do I apply online?
To apply online, visit the NHS website, click ‘My applications’ and select the ‘Application’ tab.
Once you have completed the form, click the ‘Submit’ button and the application will be processed.
Do I have to attend?
Yes, you must be at least 16 years old to apply online.
However, if you do not meet the qualifications required to apply to be part of the lottery (such as being an individual who has not completed their university education), you will be unable to take advantage of the full allocation of the £1 million.
Should I attend a course?
It’s important to note that the lottery is open to all applicants, and you do need to be attending at least one course to be eligible.
If you’re unable to attend the course in question, you may still be able take advantage and receive a grant to attend if your course meets the qualifications requirements.
The lottery also allows people to register their interest in a course online, to make sure they are not missing out on any of the prize money.
Are there any rules?
If your application is successful, the NHS will allocate a portion of the total amount of funding to your course.
The funding will be allocated based on your course of work.
Why should I apply to attend a college course?
The lottery allows for people to attend colleges and universities on a voluntary basis, and it is important that those who apply are aware of the requirements to attend.
To be eligible for the university lottery, an applicant must have completed at least two years of university education and have a minimum three-year standing in their chosen field.
Applicants must also be 18 years old or over by the time they apply.
All applications will be assessed on an individual basis.
Applicants who do not demonstrate that they are in good academic standing should be able apply to a higher education institution.
This will ensure that the colleges and institutions applying to the college lottery do not miss out on a significant part of their funding, and help to ensure that applicants do not have to pay fees or fees for courses that they do not complete.
Is there a fee?
There are no fees to apply or pay to attend any of these colleges and Universities.
Which universities are participating in the NHS Lottery programme?
NHS Education Lotteries is funded by the Government’s Higher Education Funding Councils (HEFCs).
Universities participating in this programme will be given the funding they need to ensure they provide a high quality education to