Are Your Circumstances Changing?

Interrupting, transferring or withdrawing from your course could affect your funding

Here’s a summary of what happens if you interrupt, transfer or withdraw from your studies. Book an appointment with us if you need any support with your individual circumstances.

Contact your student funding body about a possible extra year of funding

- Show them medical evidence from your doctor and a confirmation letter from USW

- This is in addition to the ‘plus one’ year of funding courses usually come with

- You may have been overpaid for the term and have financial commitments like rent to consider

If you’re studying a Nursing course funding by NHS Wales, speak to them about the funding implications.

- The University will tell your student funding you’re no longer attending

- They’ll stop your next student finance instalment

- If you’ve left during a term, they’ll contact you about any overpayment of funding

If you’re studying a Nursing course funding by NHS Wales, speak to them about the funding implications.

Postgraduate students

Check with your student funding body. Most don’t offer funding for you to repeat a year or part of a year – apart from in Scotland, or for certain compelling personal reasons.

Student Finance Wales/EU

Student Finance England

Student Finance Northern Ireland

Student Awards Agency Scotland

NHS Awards Unit