Wondering what loans and grants you might be able to get from Student Finance Wales? We've put together a video to provide a quick and easy explanation.
Disabled Students' Allowances are grants to help pay the extra essential costs you may have as a direct result of your disability, mental-health condition, or specific learning difficulty. Find out what you can get, and how to apply.
This film tells you about the extra student finance you can get if you’re a full-time student with children or an adult who depends on you financially.
Watch our films to find out important information about student finance, including if you’re eligible and what evidence you’ll need to send us.
Going to uni or college in 2017/18? Watch this video to find out how to apply for student finance.
If you find that you don't have a university or college place then you'll be eligible for Clearing. It's a way of matching you, the student, to universities or colleges. Watch our video to find out more
If you’re a new or continuing part-time student who started your course on or after 1 September 2014, watch our film to find out what help you can get while you’re at uni or college.
If you’re a continuing part-time student who started your course before 1 September 2014, watch our film to find out how to re-apply for your student finance.
Interest is charged on your student loan – make sure you understand how it affects you!
Find out what, when and how to repay your student loan
Thinking of starting a postgraduate Master’s course this year? From August 2017, you could get help to pay for your course and living costs. This film explains what you can get.
If you’re starting a postgraduate Master’s course from August 2017, watch our film to find out how to apply for a Postgraduate Loan.
If you apply for a Postgraduate Loan, watch our film to find out what, when and how you’ll repay.