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The allowance is paid to employed and unemployed persons who have trouble finding work due to insufficient or outdated education or skills or who are at risk of losing their job.
The allowance is paid upon commencing vocational, professional higher education or Bachelor's studies in a state-commissioned study place.
Eligibility for allowance
You are eligible for the degree study allowance if you are unemployed or employed and meet at least one of the following requirements:
Supported study programmes
The allowance is paid in a state-commissioned study place. The list of supported programmes opens in the Excel spreadsheet here: SUPPORTED PROGRAMMES. If you cannot continue in your current position due to your health status, you can choose a study programme that helps you to remain employed.
Applying for the allowance
In order to obtain the allowance you must take the following steps:
Amount and payment of the allowance
The amount of the degree study allowance per month is 31-fold daily rate of unemployment benefit established by the state. Starting from 1 January 2021 the amount of the allowance is 292 euros per month. The allowance is subject to income tax.
Did you know ...
the main professions are jobs that resemble one another and require similar vocational skills and education. The Unemployment Insurance Fund supports study programmes for professions in which there is a growing need for workers and where the demand for qualified workforce exceeds supply. The Unemployment Insurance Fund does not support professions for which the education system already provides a sufficient number of workers.