Loans and Grants
Tuition Fee Loan
Students living in Northern Ireland who are starting their studies in academic year 2022/23 can apply for a Tuition Fee Loan of up to £9,250 to cover the full cost of tuition fees (subject to terms and conditions). They can do this by applying to Student Finance NI.
|Funding||Amount per academic year|
|Tuition Fee Cost||£9,000|
|Tuition Fee Loan (Maximum)||£9,250|
Tuition Fee Loan payments will be made directly to the University upon confirmation of your attendance each term, therefore no up front payment is required.
Maintenance Loan and Grant
Funding towards a students' living costs is made up of maintenance loans and grants. The amount you are entitled to will be dependent on where you live and your household income, as demonstrated in the table below.
|Household income||Maintenance Grant||Maintenance Loan - Living away from home||Maintenance Loan - Living in parental home|
Maintenance payments are paid direct to you in 3 instalments. Your 1st instalment will be paid after you have enrolled and collected your ID card (the subsequent 2 instalments will be paid on the 1st day of the Spring and Summer terms).
Students with dependent children, childcare costs, adult dependents, a disability or are classed as a Care Leaver may be entitled to additional help.
|Grant||Maximum Available||Is it means tested?||Application Form|
|Parental Learning Allowance (PLA)||£1,538||Yes||PN1|
|Adult Dependant Grant (ADG)||£2,695||Yes||PN1|
Child Care Grant (CCG)
85% of costs up to a maximum of:
1 Child - £148.75/week
2+ Children - £255.00/week
If you have further additional circumstances, there may be additional support and funding available. For more information please visit our Student Plus webpage.
Remember - There are Scholarships and Bursaries available. They are provided by Swansea University to promote excellence and widening participation.
Please visit our dedicated webpage if you require more information about Sharia Compliant Finance.