Second degree funding (Years 1-4)
There is no NHS funding available to students in years 1-4 of the A100 Medicine course or the BDS Dental Surgery.
The information currently displayed relates to students who began their studies in September 2016 and should be used as a guide only. No further updates have been issued by The Welsh Government at present for 2017 entry. The information will be updated as soon as it is announced.
You will have to self-fund the tuition fees for the first four years of your course.
Help with living costs
Home students will be eligible for the Maintence Loan but not Welsh Government Learning Grant. Your loan entitlement will depend on where you were living before the course and is based on a household income assessment.
- Students from Wales
- Students from England
- Students from Scotland or Northern Ireland
|Household income||Maintenance Loan from Student Finance Wales||Maintenance Loan from Student Finance England|
|Maximum dependent on household income||£5,376||£8,200|
|Minimum available not dependent on household income||£4,302||£3,821|
|Apply for your loan through Student Finance Wales||Apply for your loan through Student Finance England|
Children and/or adult dependants
You can apply for income assessed extra allowances to help with family living costs and registered childcare costs.
Additional learning support needs
There is an option to apply for non-income assessed Disabled Students Allowance (DSA). For more information contact the:
Disability and Dyslexia Service
The Disability and Dyslexia Service provides advice and guidance to disabled students, offers specialist support services and facilitates accessibility and adjustments including examination provision. Services include screening for Specific Learning Difficulties and assessments of need.
If you require further advice and information about the funding available, please contact: