Information about the student finance available to new students starting a course in 2017/18 is also available.
You can apply for help to pay for the tuition fees charged by your university or college.
|Maximum you can be charged||Tuition Fee Loan available|
|Studying at a public university or college in Wales||£9,000||£9,000|
|Studying at a public university or college in England, Northern Ireland or Scotland||£9,250||£9,250|
|Studying at a private university or college in the UK on a course designated by the Welsh Government||No restrictions||£6,165|
There are no restictions on how much private universities or college in the UK can charge for fees.
You’ll be charged interest on your Tuition Fee Loan from the first day the money is paid to your university or college until the loan is repaid in full or cancelled.
You can find out what interest you’ll be charged by visiting our Repayment Quick Start Guide
The Tuition Fee Loan is paid directly to your university or college.
The Tuition Fee Loan isn't income assessed, which means that your entitlement doesn’t depend on your household income.
If you withdraw from university or college after attending on the first day of term, you may be liable to pay some of your fees. If you need to discuss this further, contact your university or college.
If you have served four years or more in the armed forces and are leaving, you may be eligible for fee support under the Enhanced Learning Credit scheme. For further information visit www.enhancedlearningcredits.com
If you've already applied for student finance, the quickest and easiest way to change the amount of Tuition Fee Loan you want to borrow is to log in to your online account
Alternatively you can complete and return this form.