It is essential that you make sure you have enough money to pay for your tuition fees and living expenses while you are studying in the UK, finding financial support once you have started your studies may be difficult. If you experience financial difficulties while you are studying because of changed personal or political situations, or for any other reason, it is important you talk to someone immediately. If this happens, please contact the Student Money Advice Team for advice and guidance.
International students in particular should be wary of criminals trying to access their bank accounts and should remain vigilant and question anything that seems unusual. We would encourage any student who fears their account may have been misused to speak to their university support services, banks and the police. Please also see the British Council Guide on Creating Confidence.
Please see information for new European Union students studying an undergraduate course at the University of South Wales.
Continuing undergraduate students may also find the following page helpful.
If you are a postgraduate student, then you may be eligible to apply to Student Finance Wales for funding as a contribution towards the costs of study.
The University of South Wales is a participating institution in the William D. Ford Federal Direct Loan Program. Money is loaned by the US Department of Education directly to students via their schools.
The University of South Wales is certified to originate Direct Loans for full time Bachelor or Graduate degrees only.
We are not certified to originate loans for Nursing courses, HND/HNC or Foundation Degrees. Distance learning courses are not eligible for Federal Student Aid. Programs that do not qualify for Federal Student Aid may still qualify for Private Student loans.
Students studying at foreign schools are NOT eligible for Pell Grants.
The School Code for the University is: G35473
Full information can be found here
The University of South Wales is a designated institution that enables students from British Columbia to attend and still be eligible for student financial assistance from that province.
For more information on how to apply, please visit the British Columbia website
The University of South Wales is a designated institution that enables students from Ontario to attend and still be eligible for student financial assistance from that province.
For more information on how to apply, please visit the Ontario Website