Undergraduate Funding

The following information about student funding applies to courses starting in 2018.

Welsh Students

If you normally live in the Wales you will be eligible to apply for Tuition Fee Loans of up to £9,000 per year and you can apply for a mixture of grants and loans to help pay for your living costs such as rent and bills.

Welsh students can find further information via Student Finance Wales or watch their videos.

Os hoffech gael y wybodaeth cyllid yn Gymraeg, ewch i Cyllid Myfyrwyr Cymru neu gwyliwch eu fideos.

You need to re-apply for student finance for every year of your course as fees may change each year. 

UK Students

If you normally live in the UK (England, Scotland or Northern Ireland), you will be eligible to apply for Tuition Fee Loans of up to £9,000 per year.

Visit the website of the relevant student finance authority where you normally live:

Student Finance England

Student Awards Agency for Scotland

Student Finance NI

You need to re-apply for student finance for every year of your course as fees may change each year. 

Financial support for students not supported by their family  

If you are estranged from your parents you can apply as an ‘independent student’; your finance is calculated solely on your own income rather than your parents’ income – this allows you access to full financial support.

For more information about how to go about processing your application for student finance if you are applying with 'independent status', please read the following information via the UCAS website.

EU Students

Students from EU countries outside the UK are normally eligible for a Tuition Fee Loan from Student Finance Wales of £9,000 per year towards the cost of the tuition fee for their undergraduate course and they can apply for a mixture of grants and loans to help pay for their living costs such as rent and bills. 

If you choose not to take out a Tuition Fee Loan, you can apply for the Maintenance Loans and Grants to cover living costs. You will then need to pay the tuition fees directly to the College.

You need to re-apply for student finance for every year of your course as fees may change each year. 

For more information, visit Student Finance Wales.

Following the result of the UK's recent referendum on EU membership, there will be no immediate changes to current funding arrangements. It is confirmed that students starting in 2018 will continue to receive the same funding.

International Students

UK authorities are unable to provide financial support for students from outside the European Union. We recommend that you contact the Ministry of Education or Education Department in your own country for details of scholarship opportunities for students wishing to study overseas. You can also contact your nearest British Council office which will have details of British scholarship schemes.

The UK Council for International Education also provides advice on finance as well as visas and immigration on its website at https://www.ukcisa.org.uk/