New Students 2014/15

Tuition Fee Charges

Swansea University will be charging a tuition fee of £9,000 per annum to new UK/EU undergraduate students beginning their studies in 2014/15.

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.

2014/15

Living in Wales

Your Tuition Fees will be £9,000 per year. If 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 non-repayable tuition fee grant of approx £5,425* from the Welsh Government (subject to terms and conditions).
  • A repayable tuition fee loan of approx £3,575*
  • For information on what help is available towards your living costs please click here

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

*exact breakdown of TFG/TFL not yet published by Welsh Government

Students who started their degree in 2012/13 or 2013/14 will be eligible for same rates as above.

 

Living in England (or elsewhere in UK)

Your Tuition Fees will be £9,000 per year. If 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

Students who started their degree in 2012/13 or 2013/14 will be eligible for same rates as above.

Living in the EU (outside of UK)

Your Tuition Fees will be £9,000 per year. If you are studying for a degree for the first time in the UK you will not have to pay the tuition fees upfront, as an EU student you will be eligible for:

  • A non-repayable tuition fee grant of £5,425* from the Welsh Government (subject to terms and conditions).
  • A repayable tuition fee loan of £3,575*
  • For further informationand how to apply please click here

*exact breakdown of TFG/TFL not yet published by Welsh Government

Students who started their degree in 2012/13 or 2013/14 will be eligible for same rates as above.

International (living outside the EU)

Swansea University apply a 'banding' structure when calculating International fee costs for standard degree programs based on the subject area. You will be charged the following fee if your core subject area falls within one of the following categories:

Band 1

Arts, Humanities, Business, Economics, Law, Mathematics

£10,500*

Band 2

Computer Science, Geography, Human and Health Sciences, Sports Sciences

£12,100*

Band 3

Science, Engineering, Medicine (non-clinical)

£13,500*

  • Certain specialist courses may be charged at a different level to those shown above, such as the Graduate Diploma in Law (GDL) which is £9900 (or £5500 if you are a graduate from a Welsh University)
  • Fee costs for Visiting International students (or Associate students) will be charged a pro-rata amount for every 10 credits undertaken. The cost for 10 credits in Band 1 subjects will be £875, Band 2 £1008 and Band 3 £1125.
  • For information on General English Language courses please visit our ELTS web pages here
  • If you are unsure of the correct fee for your program please contact Student Finance at StudentFinance@swansea.ac.uk or +44 (0) 1792 602700.
  • If you believe that you should not be classed as an International student for fee paying purposes please refer to our Fee Assessment guidelines here

*currently showing 13/14 fee rates as a guide only (web pages will be updated shortly with 14/15 rates)