Everything you need to know about your Tuition Fees

There are different funding support packages available to learners who want to study full-time or part-time. Find out what financial help you are entitled to before you enrol and apply within the given deadlines to ensure your financial support is in place by the time you arrive.

What you are entitled to will depend upon your individual circumstances, where you live, what you are studying, and at what level.

Important changes to UK (Home) Tuition Fee charges from 2025/26

The Welsh Government recently increased the tuition fee cap in Wales from £9000 to £9250 aligning fees with those in other UK nations. 

Following approval, Swansea University will be adjusting the Tuition Fee charges for new students from 2025/26.

New UK (Home) students due to join us in the academic year 2024/25 will be charged £9000. All subsequent years of study will be £9250 bringing us in line with universities across the UK.

Tuition Fee charges for 2024/25

PGCE, Social Work, GEM, and Nursing programs (UK students)

  • PGCE, Social Work & Graduate Entry in Medicine (GEM): Tuition Fees will be £9000.
  • Nursing, Midwifery, Paramedic Science and Healthcare courses: If you are funded by the NHS and receive a full bursary, your fees will be covered in full.  If you are non-NHS funded (or opted-out) the Tuition Fees will be £9000.

From 2025/26 Tuition Fees will be £9250 a year (or a variation of) but may be increased in subsequent years of study by an inflationary amount determined by Welsh Government.

 For additional funding information on the above specialist programmes please visit our Student Loans and Grants web pages.

Tuition Fee costs for EU and International students can be found on the relevant A-Z course pages

Further information