Swansea University Scholarships
The International Development Office are offering up to £6000 GBP for Undergraduate study and up to £4000 GBP for Postgraduate Taught study
This scholarship is available to all current international students who enrol on a second programme of study i.e. Undergraduate degree progressing to a Masters degree at Swansea University or Masters degree progressing to a PhD at Swansea University
Subject Specific Scholarships
The College of Arts and Humanities is providing a unique study experience for students who are admitted to our BA programmes. We are offering Centenary Graduate Scholarships to reward academic achievement. The Excellence and Merit scholarships will be available to students who have completed a full-time 3 or 4 year BA programme, achieved a 2:1 or above and gained a place on a one-year full time Taught Masters programme in the college.
To mark the Centenary of Dylan Thomas, the College of Arts and Humanities at Swansea University is offering four Dylan Thomas Centenary Scholarships to the value of £3,000 for 2014-15.
- The College of Arts and Humanities: Taught Masters Scholarships: All students enrolled on a College of Arts and Humanities Taught Masters programme will be automatically awarded £1000 tuition fee discount.
There is one tuition scholarship available worth £1000 GBP who enrol on the following postgraduate science programmes
A reduction of 25% will be applied to School of Mangement Masters programmes.
US Federal Loans & Montgomery GI Bill
US Federal Loans
Swansea University is a participating institution in the US Government Federal Direct Loan Programme. We offer assistance to a growing number of students seeking loans to study for one of our undergraduate and postgraduate courses.
What loans can I apply for?
- Direct loan - Subsidised Stafford
- Direct loan - Unsubsidised Stafford
- Direct loan - PLUS loans (Graduate PLUS loans or Parent loans for dependant undergraduate students)
- Private loans
Eligibility and How do I apply?
Montgomery GI Bill
To use your GI Bill to study at Swansea we first need to seek approval from the department of Veterans Affairs for your chosen course of study.
Swansea University has a number of programmes of study which have already been approved by the US Department of Veterans Affairs, and students are able to use their GI Bills to help fund their study at Swansea.
Please contact us for more information on whether your chosen course of study has already been approved.
For more information on the Montgomery GI Bill visit the Department of Veterans Affairs website www.gibill.va.gov
Before applying for a Private Loan, students are encouraged to apply for the maximum amount they are eligible for in Federal Stafford loans. (Total borrowing can not exceed the total Cost of Attendance).
Graduate level students and parents of dependant undergraduates may find a Federal PLUS loan more competitive than a private loan.
At Swansea we do not have a preferred lender but we have worked well with the following organisations offering private loans
Sallie Mae private loans
We are also happy to work with any other loan provider you may identify. Once you have selected your lender for your private loan please contact the US Loans Officer at Swansea with details of the loan you have applied for, if possible please submit a copy of the application form, so that the correct school certification can also be submitted.
Information on Fulbright Scholarships can be obtained from USA institutions which undertake primary selection of applicants, or viewed online visiting their website: http://www.iie.org/fulbright/
Finance for young Americans of high ability to study for a degree in the United Kingdom. Information is available online from www.marshallscholarship.org
American Association of University Women
The largest source of funding for graduate women in the US. Information found at www.aauw.org
National Welsh-American Foundation Scholarships
The NWAF is offering scholarships for students who wish to study in Wales, with the closing date being 15th June 2014. One is an award is for the sum of $5000, the other a travel grant of $1000.