Family allowances

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CountryFamily allowances
Austria 2013/14 - family allowances
Students' parents can receive family allowances (EUR 152.70 per month per child) and tax relief (EUR 58.40 per month per child) if the student is under 24 (in exceptional cases till 25 years of age) and is studying.
Austria 2015/16 - family allowances
Students' parents can receive family allowances (EUR 158.90 per month per child) and tax relief (EUR 58.40 per month per child) if the student is under 24 (in exceptional cases till 25 years of age) and is studying.
Austria 2016/17 - family allowances
Students' parents can receive family allowances (EUR 158.90 per month per child).
Belgium - flemish 2013/14 - family allowances
Family allowances from EUR 88.51/month depend on the number of children. They are in principle received by the mother of the child while the student is in education or training, until the age of 25 and has no professional activity other than a student job during the summer holidays (July, August, September) and if, during the other quarters of the year, the student works no more than 240 hours per quarter. However in case the child is not living with or supported by mother, the family allowance is paid to the natural person (parent, relative, legal guardian) who actually supports the child.
Belgium - flemish 2015/16 - family allowances
Family allowances from EUR 90.28/month depend on the number of children. They are in principle received by the mother of the child while the student is in education or training, until the age of 25. The student should have no professional activity other than a student job and work no more than 50 days during the year. However in case the student is not living with or supported by her/his mother, the family allowance is paid to the parent, relative or legal guardian who actually supports the child. Responsibility for family allowances was transferred from the federal level to the regional level (to the Flemish Community, the German-spekaing Community, the Walloon Region and Common Community Commission for the Brussels-Capital Region) in 2014.
Belgium - flemish 2016/17 - family allowances
Family allowances range from EUR 92.09/month to EUR 254.40/month per child, depending on the number of children in a family. The student should have no professional activity other than a student job for more than 50 days in a year. Usually the mother of the student receives the allowance, but they are paid to the parent, relative or legal guardian who actually supports the student. Responsibility is at the Flemish Community.
Belgium - french 2013/14 - family allowances
Family allowances from EUR 88.51/month depend on the number of children. They are in principle received by the mother of the child while the student is in education or training, until the age of 25 as long as the student has no professional activity other than a student job during the summer holidays (July, August, September) and if, during the rest of the year, the student works no more than 240 hours per quarter. However in case the child is not living with or supported by the mother, the family allowance is paid to the natural person (parent, relative, legal guardian) who actually supports the child.
Belgium - french 2015/16 - family allowances
Family allowances from EUR 90.28/month depend on the number of  children. They are in principle received by the mother of the child while the student is in education or training, until the age of 25. The student  should have no professional activity other than a student job and work no more than 50 days during the year. However when the student is not living with or supported by her/his mother, family allowances are paid  to the parent, relative or legal guardian who actually supports the child. Responsibility for family allowances was transferred from the federal  level to the regional level (to the Flemish Community, the German- speaking Community, the Walloon Region and Common Community  Commission for the Brussels-Capital Region) in 2014.
Belgium - french 2016/17 - family allowances
Family allowances range from EUR 92.09 to 254.40/month per child depending on the number of children under 25. Usually the mother of the student receives the allowance. The student should have no professional activity other than a student job for more than 50 days in a year. Family allowances are paid to the parent, relative or legal guardian who actually supports the student. Responsibility for family allowances is at the Walloon Region and the Common Community Commission for the Brussels-Capital Region.
Belgium - german 2013/14 - family allowances
Family allowances from EUR 88.51/month depend on the number of children. They are in principle received by the mother of the child while the student is in education or training, until the age of 25 and has no professional activity other than a student job during the summer holidays (July, August, September) and if, during the other quarters of the year, the student works no more than 240 hours per quarter. However in case the child is not living with or supported by mother, the family allowance is paid to the natural person (parent, relative, legal guardian) who actually supports the child.
Belgium - german 2015/16 - family allowances
Family allowances from EUR 90.28/month depend on the number of children. They are in principle received by the mother of the child while the student is in education or training, until the age of 25. The student should have no professional activity other than a student job and work no more than 50 days during the year. However in case the student is not living with or supported by her/his mother, the family allowance is paid to the parent, relative or legal guardian who actually supports the child. Responsibility for family allowances was transferred from the federal level to the regional level (to the Flemish Community, the German-speaking Community, the Walloon Region and Common Community Commission for the Brussels-Capital Region) in 2014.
Belgium - german 2016/17 - family allowances
Family allowances range from EUR 92.09 to 254.40/month per child depending on the number of children under 25. Usually the mother of the student receives the allowance. The student should have no professional activity other than a student job for more than 50 days in a year. Family allowances are paid to the parent, relative or legal guardian who actually supports the student. Responsibility for family allowances is at the German- speaking Community.
Bosnia and Herzegovina 2016/17 - family allowances
There are no loans, tax benefits for parents or family allowances.
Bulgaria 2013/14 - family allowances
no family allowances
Bulgaria 2015/16 - family allowances
no family allowances
Bulgaria 2016/17 - family allowances
Family allowances for parents play no role in the student support system.
Croatia 2013/14 - family allowances
There are no family allowances.
Croatia 2015/16 - family allowances
There are no family allowances.
Croatia 2016/17 - family allowances
There are no family allowances.
Cyprus 2013/14 - family allowances
There are no tax benefits for parents or family allowances.
Cyprus 2015/16 - family allowances
There are no tax benefits for parents or family allowances.
Cyprus 2016/17 - family allowances
There are no tax benefits for parents or family allowances.
Czech Republic 2013/14 - family allowances
Family allowances are provided. Eligibility depends on family economic conditions and allowances are provided until the student is 26 years of age. A child allowance of CZK 700 per month is paid if the family's income is below 2.4 times the subsistence level.
Czech Republic 2015/16 - family allowances
Family allowances, depending on family economic conditions, may be awarded until the student is 26 years of age. A child allowance of CZK 700 per month is paid if the family's income is below 2.4 times the subsistence level.
Czech Republic 2016/17 - family allowances
Family allowances, depending on family economic conditions, may be awarded until the student is 26 years of age. A child allowance of CZK 700 per month is paid if the family's income is below 2.4 times the subsistence level.
Denmark 2013/14 - family allowances
There are no tax benefits for students' parents or family allowances.
Denmark 2015/16 - family allowances
There are no tax benefits for students' parents or family allowances.
Denmark 2016/17 - family allowances
There are no any family allowances.
England 2013/14 - family allowances
Tax benefits for parents and family allowances do not play a role in the student support system.
England 2015/16 - family allowances
Tax benefits for parents and family allowances do not play a role in the student support system.
England 2016/17 - family allowances
Tax benefits for parents and family allowances do not play a role in the student support system.
Estonia 2013/14 - family allowances
No family allowances.
Estonia 2015/16 - family allowances
There are no family allowances.
Estonia 2016/17 - family allowances
There are no family allowances.
Finland 2013/14 - family allowances
No tax benefits for parents and family allowances.
Finland 2015/16 - family allowances
No tax benefits for parents and family allowances.
Finland 2016/17 - family allowances
No tax benefits for parents and family allowances.
Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia 2016/17 - family allowances
There is no student loan, nor tax release or family allowance.
France 2013/14 - family allowances
Family allowances are paid for two or more dependent children that are under 20 years old. The minimum amount is EUR 128.57 per month and increases with the number of eligible children; as of 5th child the amount is EUR 164.73 for each child. An additional amount of EUR 64.29 per month is paid for every child that is aged 16-20 years.
France 2015/16 - family allowances
Family allowances are paid for two or more dependent children that are under 20 years old. The minimum amount is EUR 129.35 per month.
France 2016/17 - family allowances
Family allowances are paid for two or more dependent children that are under 20 years old. The amount for families with two children is EUR 130.12 per month (less for high income families).
Germany 2013/14 - family allowances
Students' parents receive a monthly family allowance of EUR 184 for the first two children, EUR 190 for the third and EUR 215 for the fourth and more, and a lump sum tax relief (EUR 3 504 per annum, per child, per parent), until students are 25 years old. The tax office checks in favour of the taxpayer whether the child benefit or the deduction of the above mentioned allowances is more favourable.
Germany 2015/16 - family allowances
Students' parents receive a monthly family allowance (child benefit) of EUR 188 for the first two children (2016: EUR 190), EUR 194 for the third (2016: EUR 196), and EUR 219 for the fourth and more (2016: EUR 221), or a lump sum tax relief of EUR 3 576 per annum, per child, per parent: (2016: EUR 3 624), until students are 25 years old. The tax office checks in favour of the taxpayer whether the child benefit or the deduction of the above mentioned tax relief is more favourable.
Germany 2016/17 - family allowances
Students' parents receive a monthly family allowance (child benefit) of EUR 190 for the first two children, EUR 196 for the third and EUR 221 for any further child, or a lump sum tax relief of EUR 3 624 per annum, per child, per parent, until students are 25 years old.
Greece 2016/17 - family allowances
1st cycle students’ parents may claim annual EUR 1 000 housing allowance. Only students who do not study in their hometown are eligible, provided that their family income does not exceed EUR 30 000.
Hungary 2013/14 - family allowances
No tax benefits for parents or family allowances.
Hungary 2015/16 - family allowances
No tax benefits for parents or family allowances.
Hungary 2016/17 - family allowances
No tax benefits for parents or family allowances.
Iceland 2013/14 - family allowances
No tax benefits for parents and family allowances.
Iceland 2015/16 - family allowances
No tax benefits for parents and family allowances.
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Source: Eurydice, National Student Fee and Support Systems 2013/2014, 2015/2016, 2016/2017

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