Undergraduate EU Fees and Funding

Tuition Fees

Please find specific information regarding your course fees on the applicable course page.

If you have any queries regarding the cost of tuition fees then please contact the Revenue Unit by emailing revenue@southwales.ac.uk

Details regarding the University's available payment plans can be found on our Revenue Team's pages.


University Scholarships and Bursaries

Academic Achievement Scholarship 2018.19 

The University of South Wales is pleased to offer the Academic Achievement Scholarship. This scholarship provides financial support to outstanding students from the EU (non UK) who achieve the EU equivalent qualifications of at least ABB at A level. Please see full criteria, FAQs and Equivalent EU Qualifications.


Funding Support for EU Students in 2018.19

As a European Union student studying at the University of South Wales you can apply for a Tuition Fee Loan to cover the full cost of your tuition fee.

If you do not wish to take out the Tuition Fee Loan the University Fee and Debt Management Policy explains your options about Tuition Fee Payment.

To apply for your Tuition Fee Loan you will need to complete an application form.

The Welsh Government has recently confirmed that this funding will continue into 2019/20.

If you have been living and working in the UK prior to the start of your course, you may be eligible for further support towards living costs. Please read the information at UKCISA and if you have any questions about this please contact an Adviser for further information.

Previous Study

If you have studied a university course in the UK prior to attending the University of South Wales, this could have an effect on your future funding. If you need further information about this please contact us.

Repayment

The Tuition Fee Loan is repayable after you have graduated and are earning more than £25,000 per year, or the equivlanet threshold in your own country.  Repayment is based on your future income and where you are living. Find out more.