Loans & Grants
A majority of UK students will meet the cost of their Tuition Fees and living expenses by applying for financial support online via their relevant Student Finance websites. What you are entitled to will depend upon your individual circumstances, where you live, what you are studying, and at what level.
- I live in Wales
- I live in England
- I live in Scotland
- I live in Northern Ireland
- I am an EU National
- International Students are not entitled to statutory student funding but may be able to apply for funding from the University.
If you have been granted leave and rights in the UK, including leave granted through the Afghanistan or Ukraine schemes, please contact us for further information. Please note that the information provided will be as a guide, and students are advised to contact their funding provider to confirm their eligibility and entitlement to student finance.
We also have specific funding information for students looking to study:
- NHS Funded Course
- Social Work
- Graduate Entry Medicine
- Post Graduate Certificate in Education (PGCE)
- Year/semester abroad or in industry
Student loans do need to be repaid, more details about the term of these repayments can be found on our Student Loan Repayment page.
You may also be entitled to additional funding or support depending on your circumstances, please visit the relevant pages for more information on Student Plus.
For information on postgraduate funding, please refer to our Postgraduate Fees & Funding pages
Please visit our dedicated webpage if you require more information about Sharia Compliant Finance.
Remember - There are Scholarships and Bursaries available. They are provided by Swansea University to promote excellence and widening participation.
We appreciate that loans from other sources may be the only suitable option left available for some students to continue with their studies. Please see our Alternative Sources of Funding page for more information, please note this will take you to our Post Graduate finance page however some sources of funding may be available to Undergraduates. We must stress that we have no affiliation with commercial loan companies and encourage all students to explore the options above before considering sources of finance elsewhere.