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    ESA and full time education
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    • 4th Jan 10, 7:14 PM
    ESA and full time education 4th Jan 10 at 7:14 PM
    After having a chat with my OT she suggested i look into trying to return to some level (most likely college) of full time education. I know part-time courses aren't counted but full time are. I've found some info which suggests that (IR) ESA can be claimed by a full time student as long as they receive DLA. I do but just wondered if anyone can clarify this is definitely the case? If not will look into p/t instead but thought it worth asking (one of my gials for this week).


    Also what would the effect on CTB and HB be?

    Thanks
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