Undergraduate Tuition Fees
Undergraduate tuition fees for full-time, home students will be £9,000 for 2023 entry.
Please refer to the Fee Tables (for each relevant academic year) under Related Documents (to the right/below) for clarification of all advertised rates.
EU Applicants who do not have settled status will be charged International Fees. Your fee status will be decided by the University once you apply taking into consideration settled and pre-settled status. Further information is available on our
fee assessment information.
In addition, there is a
Guide to Tuition Fees for both current and forthcoming academic years.
For eligibility to Fee and Maintenance Support, please contact the relevant authority (see 'Where can I find out more information and apply?').
Full and Part-time Fees
For a full fee table and details of courses with additional costs please see the related links. For further information please view the
Guide to Tuition Fees.
Financing your way through University
Going to university is a considerable financial investment, but you should remember that holding a higher qualification such as a degree will improve your job prospects, making it easier to find a fulfilling and well paid job.
During you time at university you will have two main costs to meet, your tuition fees and living costs. As a full-time undergraduate student, you may be eligible for a package of financial support made up of:
- A tuition fee loan - to cover the cost of your course fees.
- A maintenance loan - to help with additional living costs like accommodation, food and books.
- A means tested, non-repayable grant (Welsh students only).
You can calculate how much you could be entitled to by using one of the following student finance calculators:
Welsh Students - Funding Calculator
English Students - Funding Calculator
Northern Irish Students - Funding Calculator
Scottish Students - Funding Calculator
Frequently Asked Questions
Do I need the funds to pay the tuition fees up front?
Ordinarily No (eligibility determined by Student Finance) – In most circumstances, on application, funding of Loans/ Grants are provided to cover tuition fees for the duration of your three or four year course and these are only repayable once your annual salary exceeds
If you take a career break or your salary falls below
£25,000, your repayments will stop.
Remember - After
30 years any remaining debt is wiped.
*For students who started university after 2012.
Is there more than one type of student loan available?
Yes – You can apply for two types of student loans:
1. Tuition Fee Loan
This automatically paid to your university to cover the cost of your course.
2. Maintenance Loan and Grant
The second is a combination of a maintenance loan and grant, which are there to help with the cost of living (such as accommodation, books, food and other additional costs you may incur). Maintenance loans are based on household income and paid to you in three instalments during the academic year to help you manage your money.
Does everyone qualify to receive a student loan?
Yes - Student loans (both tuition fee and maintenance loans are available for all students who meet the eligibility, visit the relevant website based on your nationality (see calculator links).
Tuition fee loans are available for the full cost of your course, no matter what your personal financial situation.
Maintenance loans differ slightly, in that, they are means tested (dependent on your parents salary and/or household income) and given in conjunction with maintenance grants (Welsh students only. These are non-repayable meaning you will never have to pay them back).
Am I entitled to a grant?
All Welsh students will be eligible for a minimum grant of £1,000 and additional grants will be based on household income. Students from households living away from home (e.g. in university student accommodation) with an income of up to £18,370 will be entitled to the maximum grant of £8,100 – which doesn’t have to be paid back.
English students are no longer entitled to a grant, but instead an increased maintenance loan to cover the cost of living.
For more information, please visit the relevant website in the ‘Where can I find out more information and apply?’ section below.
When should I apply for these loans and financial support?
If you want to make sure that you receive the first instalment of your loan (and grants) when you start university, you must apply for your financial support as soon as you decide to apply to university, not wait until you are offered a place. Applications must be renewed each academic year.
What if I leave my course early?
If you should decide to leave your course early, you may be required to repay your tuition fee loans:
You have a two week grace period at the beginning of your course to change your mind and exit without being eligible to repay any tuition fees.
If you wish to exit your course during the first term, you will be liable for 40% of your full academic years tuition fees.*
If you wish to exit your course in the second term,
you will be liable for 70% of your full academic years tuition fees.*
If you wish to exit your course in the third term, you will be liable for the full academic years tuition fees.
You will only be required to start paying back the tuition fee loan when you start earning £25,000 or above (see more information below).
For information regarding the repayment of maintenance loans, please contact your local student loan authority (Student Finance Wales/England/Northern Ireland/Scotland).
*If you are funded via Student Finance, we would only charge you up to the maximum fee support available, this may be under the amount of the above percentages.
What about repaying my student loan?
You won't be eligible to repay the loan until you graduate and begin earning; £25,000 if an English domiciled, or £27,295 if a SFW student; monthly repayments are 9% of everything you earn above this figure.
Loan repayments are taken from your ‘net’ pay through the Income Tax system. Therefore, like Income Tax and National Insurance, the money never actually makes it into your bank and if your income ever falls below £25,000/£27,295, you don't get a job or take a career break, your payments will stop.
Further information can be found here: Repaying your student loan:
When you start repaying - GOV.UK (www.gov.uk)
Where can I find out more information and apply?
Student Financial Advisory Service
Our Student Services department offers a support service should you have any questions about possible support that may be available to you whilst you study. For more information, visit their web pages or email:
Bursaries and Scholarships
The University also offers a range of bursaries and scholarships designed to help students succeed. For further information please click here.