Success is affordable

You could now get up to £18,0251 funding on our part-time postgraduate courses. This financial support from the Welsh government is made up of grants and loans, meaning more support for you while you work hard towards your new future.

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Financial support for postgraduate students in Wales

There’s never been a better time to join us as a postgraduate student. You can get up to £18,0251 financial support if you're studying a masters degree whilst living in Wales. 

As long as you're eligible, you'll receive a non-repayable grant of £1,000. This could rise to a maximum grant of £6,885, depending on your household income, which you don’t have to pay back. In addition, you can also apply for a top-up maintenance loan to bring your total financial support up to £18,0251. Find out more about working out your entitlement and see if you are eligible.

Please note that the financial support will be paid to you in instalments once you have started studying. Therefore you’ll need to pay for your course fees first in order to register for your qualification.

If you're thinking of studying an undergraduate degree with us, there is also financial support available for you. Find out more about undergraduate financial support in Wales.

1Eligibility rules apply for financial support.

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