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2016/17 - what financial support is available?

If you’re a new full-time student starting your course in academic year 2016/17, find out what student finance you might be able to get:

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Tuition fee support

Tuition Fee Loans and Fee Grants are paid directly to your university or college and cover the cost of your fees.

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Help with living costs

There are loans and grants available to help you throughout your course. These are paid directly into your bank account.

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Postgraduate Initial Teacher Training (ITT) and Social Work

There’s support available for students who are on Initial Teacher Training and Social work courses.

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Extra support

There are extra grants available to help support you through your studies, depending on your personal circumstances.

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Guides

We’ve produced a quick guide that explains the key facts and figures about the financial help available to new students in academic year 2016/17.

This guide provides information about the financial support available to new students in 2016/17.

This guide is for all students who take out loans during Academic Year 2016/17. It’s very important that you read this guide carefully before applying for student finance.

This guide is for estranged students who are applying for independent status from Student Finance Wales.



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