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This guidance note provides an overview of the VAT treatment of goods and services provided in connection with supplies of education. This should be read in conjunction with the following guidance notes:
Supplies of education
Local authority schools
Research and vocational training
HMRC Notice 701/30
The supply, by an eligible body, of goods and services that are closely related to the supply of education can be exempt from VAT. If the goods and services are supplied by a non-eligible body they will be liable to VAT, unless the goods / services can be zero-rated or exempted from VAT under another VAT provision. Please see the Overview ― zero-rating and Exemption ― overview ― items that are exempt from VAT guidance notes.
The supply of the goods / services must meet the following conditions:
the supply is made by or to the ‘eligible body’ making the principal exempt supply
the goods or services are for the direct use of the pupil, student or trainee (as the case may be) receiving the principal supply and they are necessary for delivering the education to that person
where the supply is to the eligible body making the principal supply, it is made by another eligible body
Please see the Supplies of education guidance note for a definition of what is an eligible body.
The term ‘closely related’ means goods and services that are necessary for delivering the education to the pupil, student or trainee. The following items
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