STUDENT FINANCE WALES: ADVICE ON HOW LIVING AND STUDYING IN WALES CAN REALLY PAY OFF; Students Who Normally Live in Wales and Choose to Study in Wales, May Be Eligible for a Tuition Fee Grant of Up to Pounds 1,890 a Year towards the Fees Charged Invest in Your Future! SFW/SLTC/V7 Student Loans A Guide to Terms and Conditions

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STUDENT FINANCE WALES: ADVICE ON HOW LIVING AND STUDYING IN WALES CAN REALLY PAY OFF; Students Who Normally Live in Wales and Choose to Study in Wales, May Be Eligible for a Tuition Fee Grant of Up to Pounds 1,890 a Year towards the Fees Charged Invest in Your Future! SFW/SLTC/V7 Student Loans A Guide to Terms and Conditions


In coming to final decisions on where and what to study, students and their parents who live in Wales need to understand the funding arrangements for the forthcoming academic year, as well as what support is available from universities and the Welsh Assembly Government.

Since September 2007, universities in Wales - as in other parts of the UK - have been able to charge higher fees; in the 2008/09 academic year these will be up to a maximum of pounds 3,145 a year.

However, students who normally live in Wales and choose to study in Wales may be eligible for a tuition fee grant of up to pounds 1,890 a year towards the fees charged.

Wherever in the UK they choose to study, Welsh students will not have to pay their tuition fees upfront as they will be able to take out a loan to cover the cost. For those who stay in Wales, that can be a loan to cover the balance of fees after the tuition fee grant is taken into account.

Repayment of these loans will only begin once the student has left university and is earning more than pounds 15,000 a year. The loan does not accrue interest at a commercial rate and repayments always reflect the amount currently being earned.

Students who normally live in Wales will also be eligible for further loans to help cover living costs and, depending on family circumstances, may be eligible for a non-repayable Assembly Learning Grant of up to pounds 2,835.

There is extra help available for those students in special circumstances, for example those with children or adult dependants, or those who have a disability. …

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