Some universities and colleges may offer discretionary bursaries or scholarships in addition to your Tuition Fee Loan, Fee Grant or Course Grant. The amount you qualify for is determined by your university or college. You can talk to your Student Support Service to see what additional financial help may be available to you.
If you’re on a course which leads to a qualification in medicine, dentistry or healthcare then you might be able to get a bursary from the National Health Service (NHS). If you get an NHS bursary you can’t receive part-time funding from Student Finance Wales.
Applications for NHS Bursaries are dealt with by Student Award Services. Once you've been offered an NHS-commissioned training place Student Award Services will contact you to tell you how to apply.
Student Award Services provides NHS Bursaries to Students in Wales.
Visit their website to find out further information or call them on 029 2090 5380.