If you normally live in Wales, a maximum tuition fee loan of up to £4,296 will be available which will be paid directly to your university or college. The National Assembly will provide a fee grant of £4,954 to cover fees the total tuition fees of £9,250. Maintenance Loans are available for living costs, as well as a Welsh Assembly Grant of up to £5,161 for students from lower-income backgrounds. Please visit Student Finance Wales for more information.
If you normally live in Northern Ireland, a tuition fee loan of up to £9,250 will be available. Loans (up to £4,840) and grants (up to £3,475) for living costs will also be available. Please visit Student Finance NI for more information.
If you normally live in Scotland, the Student Awards Agency for Scotland (SAAS) will offer you a tuition fee loan of up to £9,250. Bursary and loan schemes worth up to £7,625 are available to cover your living costs. Further details can be found on the SAAS website.
EU students are eligible for the Tuition Fee Loan only. This is offered by the UK government via the Student Loans Company (SLC) to all EU and home undergraduate students, giving you the opportunity to borrow up to the full cost of your tuition fees. This arrangement will continue until at least 2018/19, and students starting up until this date will continue to receive tuition fee support until they complete their course, or leave the University.
If you are an international student, you will not be eligible for any financial assistance from the UK government. You will need to contact your home country to determine if there is any financial support available.
Additionally, please visit our international fees and funding web page for further information.