I am a Post Graduate student. What funding is available to help with my tuition fees and living costs?


There is no statutory funding for Post Graduate students. Students are expected to have sufficient funds to cover living costs and tuition fees either from personal funds, by working to subsidise your income or by taking out a Professional Career Development Loan (PCDL) from the Co-Op Bank. Many students combine several of these options to fund themselves through their course.

Have a look at our Alternative Sources of Funding information at: www.swansea.ac.uk/postgraduate/fees-and-funding/alternativesourcesoffunding/ and also at our Funding for Postgraduate Study information leaflet, which can be downloaded from our MyUni site.

Swansea University provides scholarships and bursaries and these are promoted on the website at: www.swansea.ac.uk/postgraduate/fees-and-funding. Please be aware that these are not provided by Money@CampusLife so we are unable to supply further information on these. Students can also speak to their department to establish whether they are aware of funds that may be available them.

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