Are you prepared?

There are different funding support packages available to learners who want to study full-time or part-time. Find out what financial help you are entitled to before you enrol and apply within the given deadlines to ensure your financial support is in place by the time you arrive. What you are entitled to will depend upon your individual circumstances, where you live, what you are studying, and at what level.

Tuition Fee charges for 2018/19

Living in Wales

Your Tuition fees in 18/19 will be £9000 a year but may be increased in subsequent years of study by an inflationary amount determined by Welsh Government. If you are studying for your first degree you will not have to pay the tuition fees upfront, as a Welsh student you will be eligible for:

  • A repayable tuition fee loan of £9000
  • For information on what help is available towards your living costs please click here

For further information and how to apply for students support please visit www.studentfinancewales.co.uk

For current students who commenced their degree before 2018/19 the following fee costs will apply:-

  • Standard full time = £9000
  • Repeating modules = £750 for every 10 credits repeated
  • Year in Industry = £1800
  • Year Abroad = £1350

Note, current students (pre 2018/19) will continue to be eligible for the tuition fee grant (set at £4800 for a standard full-time programme) as well as the tuition fee loan.

  • Please ensure you enter the correct Tuition Fee costs on your Student Finance application
  • For information about 2018/19 enrolment please visit our undergraduate enrolment pages

Living in England (or elsewhere in UK)

Your Tuition fees in 18/19 will be £9000 a year but may be increased in subsequent years of study by an inflationary amount determined by Welsh Government. If you are studying for your first degree you will not have to pay the tuition fees upfront, you will be eligible for:

  • A repayable tuition fee loan of £9,000
  • For information on what help is available towards your living costs please click here

For further information and how to apply please visit:

English students: www.gov.uk/student-finance

NI students: www.studentfinanceni.co.uk

Scottish students: www.saas.gov.uk 

For current students who commenced their degree before 2018/19 the following fee costs will apply:-

  • Standard full time = £9000
  • Repeating modules = £750 for every 10 credits repeated
  • Year in Industry = £1800
  • Year Abroad = £1350

Please ensure you enter the correct Tuition Fee costs on your Student Finance application

Living in the EU (outside of UK)

As an EU student, your Tuition fees in 18/19 will be £9000 a year but may be increased in subsequent years of study by an inflationary amount determined by Welsh Government.  If you are studying for your first degree you will not have to pay the tuition fees upfront, as an EU student you will be eligible for:

  • A repayable tuition fee loan of £9000
  • For information on what help is available towards your living costs please click here

IMPORTANT: Students will not have the terms of their funding changed if the UK leaves the EU during the course of their studies

For further information and how to apply for students support please visit www.studentfinancewales.co.uk

For current students who commenced their degree before 2018/19 the following fee costs will apply:-

  • Standard full time = £9000
  • Repeating modules = £750 for every 10 credits repeated
  • Year in Industry = £1800
  • Year Abroad = £1350

Note, current students (pre 2018/19) will continue to be eligible for the tuition fee grant (set at £4800 for a standard full-time programme) as well as the tuition fee loan.

  • Please ensure you enter the correct Tuition Fee costs on your Student Finance application
  • For information about 2018/19 enrolment please visit our undergraduate enrolment pages

Living outside the EU (International)

You can find details of the tuition fee costs for your programme on the undergraduate course pages

For further information please view the International fees section.

Social Work, GEM, Nursing and Graduate Diploma programs

  • Social Work & Graduate Entry in Medicine (GEM): Tuition Fees will be £9,000.
  • Nursing, Midwifery, Paramedic Science and Healthcare courses: If you are funded by the NHS (WEDS) your fees will be covered in full.  If you are non-NHS funded the Tuition Fees will be £9000.

For additional funding information on the above specialist programmes please visit our Student Loans and Grants web pages.

  • Graduate Diploma in Law (GDL): Tuition Fees will be £6850 with Fee bursaries available from the Hillary Rodham Clinton School of Law to reduce the fee costs for more information please contact the Hillary Rodham Clinton School of Law

Note: Graduate Diploma students are not entitled to Student Finance support (due to previous degree funding) please contact our Money@CampusLife team for other funding options

Other information

How to pay (FAQs)

If you are funding your program personally or not eligible for student support please select the relevant category below for essential information on how and when to pay your fees:-

 

Externally sponsored (not SLC)

If you are sponsored by an external organisation such as a Charity, Employer or Overseas Government/Agency please ensure that your full funding details are sent to the Student Finance Office, Singleton Abbey, Singleton Park, Swansea SA2 8PP (prior to your enrolment).

If you do not have an official letter from your organisation please arrange with your sponsor to complete a  Sponsor confirmation form

 

 

Additional Costs

In addition to your Tuition Fees you should bear in mind that there may be further costs relating to your course as well as the everyday living costs

Please click here to search for your program

Refund Policy

If you Withdraw from your program early (or Suspend your studies) you may be eligible for a refund.

Please refer to our Refunds policy here