Important tuition fee information
The tuition fees for students commencing full/part-time study in 2018 will be £9,000 per year. Students will not have the terms of their funding changed if the UK leaves the EU during their course of studies. If you are studying for a degree for the first time in the UK you will not be required to pay the tuition fees upfront, and as an EU student you will be eligible for:
Tuition Fee Loans
To help with your tuition fees, you can apply for a Tuition Fee Loan from the UK Government. The great thing about this is that you don’t need to worry about repaying this until you have graduated from your course and have earnings of a certain level. More information can be found at: www.studentfinancewales.co.uk
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 £4,954 from the Welsh Government (subject to terms and conditions).
- A repayable tuition fee loan of £4,046
- For further information and how to apply please click here
For current students who commenced their degree since 2012/13 and due to re-enrol in 2017/18 the following fee costs will apply:-
- Standard full-time: £9000 will be charged
- Repeating modules: £750 will be charged for every 10 credits you repeat
- Year in Industry: £1800 will be charged
- Year Abroad: £1350 will be charged
For current students who commenced their degree before 2012/13 and due to re-enrol in 2017/18 your Tuition Fee costs will remain at £3465 (Sandwich Year costs will be £1725 and repeat module costs will be £289 for every 10 credits).
- Please ensure you enter the correct Tuition Fee costs on your Student Finance application
- For information about 2017/18 enrolment please visit our undergraduate enrolment pages