This page provides information on funding to students studying an undergraduate course that's not related to healthcare.
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Funding for New Full-time students in 2014-15
Funding for students starting their undergraduate course in 2014/15 varies depending on where you usually live before you start the course. Please refer to the relevant factsheet for further information:
Students who normally live in Wales before they start their course should read the following FAQ factsheet:
Students who normally live in England before they start their course should read the following FAQ factsheet:
Students who are ordinarily resident in another European Economic Area country, outside the UK before they start their undergraduate course should refer to the following FAQ factsheet:
Please refer to the following FAQ factsheet for information regarding repayment of your student loans and the levels of payments that will be expected:
Funding while on a Placement Year or a Year Abroad
If you are required to undertake a Placement Year or a Year Abroad as part of your course, your funding might differ from what you have been entitled to in previous years. Your eligibility for funding will depend on what you will be doing for the year, where you will be doing it and if you are being paid or not. To assist you to understand the funding available, we have created the following fact sheets:
If you will be undertaking your Placement Year in the UK please read the following fact sheet:
If you are funded by Student Finance England and you will be studying for a Year Abroad or will be undertaking a Work Placement Abroad, please read the following fact sheet:
If you are funded by Student Finance Wales and you will be studying for a Year Abroad or will be undertaking a Work Placement Abroad, please read the following fact sheet:
Part-time Funding in 2013/14
Please refer to the following FAQ factsheet if you usually live in Wales and will be starting a part-time undergraduate course in 2013-14:
Please see the Financial Support web pages for information on Bursaries and Scholarships
Previous study in Higher Education, including the completion of a first degree will affect your entitlement to funding for a new course. For further information please see the following FAQ factsheet:
General Funding Enquiries
If your student loan is delayed, please refer to the following FAQ factsheet:
If you are struggling financially and you cannot get help from any other source you may be able to get help in the form of an emergency loan. Please refer to the following FAQ factsheet for eligibility criteria.
If you would like us to contact your funding provider to get information on your behalf about your student funding, you may have to set up a ‘consent to share’. Please follow the instructions on the following FAQ factsheet:
If you are looking for additional funding or are having financial difficulties, you will find useful information on the Financial Support web page.