Undergraduate Fees

Wales

Swansea University will charge tuition fees of £9,000 per year. However, if you are domiciled in Wales, and are studying for your first degree, you will not have to pay the tuition fees upfront.You will be eligible for:

A non-repayable tuition fee grant of £5,535 from the Welsh Government (subject to terms and conditions).

A repayable tuition fee loan of £3,465.

To help with your living costs you will be eligible for:

A maintenance loan up to a maximum of £4,745

An Assembly learning grant (or special support grant) up to a maximum of £5000

A partial cancellation of up to £1500 on your maintenance loan. For more information please visit here

The amount of maintenance loan/grant you receive will depend upon your household income.Loans are only repayable when you have finished your studies and are earning over £21,000 per year. Payments stop if your salary falls below this threshold. Repayments are 9% of the income above £21,000. For example, someone earning £25,000 a year would repay 9% of £4,000 (approximately £30 per month). Any outstanding balance is written off after 30 years. Repayments for courses starting after 1st September 2012 won't begin until April 2016.For further information visit www.studentfinancewales.co.uk

England 

Swansea University will charge tuition fees of £9000 per year. However, if you live in England, and 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.

To help with your living costs you will be eligible for:

A maintenance loan up to a maximum of £5,500

A maintenance grant (or special support grant) up to a maximum of £3250

The amount of maintenance loan/grant you receive will depend upon your household income.Loans are only repayable when you have finished your studies and are earning over £21,000 per year. Payments stop if your salary falls below this threshold. Repayments are 9% of the income above £21,000. For example, someone earning £25,000 a year would repay 9% of £4,000 (approximately £30 per month). Any outstanding balance is written off after 30 years. Repayments for courses starting after 1st September 2012 won't begin until April 2016.For further information visit www.direct.gov.uk

Northern Ireland

If you live in Northen Ireland you will be eligible for a repayable tuition fee loan of £9000 per year, for further information visit www.studentfinanceni.co.uk

Scotland

If you live in Scotland please visit www.saas.gov.uk for funding information

EU

Swansea University will charge tuition fees of £9,000 per year. However, if you are domiciled in the EU (outside of the UK), and are studying for your first degree, you will not have to pay the tuition fees upfront.You will be eligible for:

A non-repayable tuition fee grant of £5,535 from the Welsh Government (subject to terms and conditions).

A repayable tuition fee loan of £3,465.

Loans are only repayable when you have finished your studies and are earning over £21,000 per year. Payments stop if your salary falls below this threshold. Repayments are 9% of the income above £21,000. For example, someone earning £25,000 a year would repay 9% of £4,000 (approximately £30 per month). Any outstanding balance is written off after 30 years. Repayments for courses starting after 1st September 2012 won't begin until April 2016.

For full information on applying for a Tuition Fee Grant and Loan, please contact the Student Finance Services European Team, which handles all applications for financial assistance from EU students applying to universities in the UK. Student Finance Services European Team, Box 89, Darlington, DL1 9AZ

Email or telephone: +44 (0) 141 243 3570

For further information on student finance for EU students can be found at on the official UK Government website at www.direct.gov.uk                      

Living outside the EU (International)

Swansea University apply a 'banding' structure when calculating International fee costs for standard degree programs based on the subject area.

Contact the college that runs your degree for more information on fees.