Undergraduate: All applications for full-time undergraduate degrees and Higher National Diplomas must be made through UCAS, the Universities Colleges and Admissions Service. You should also use UCAS if you wish to transfer from one university to another. More information on the Undergraduate Admissions Pages
Postgraduate: The quickest and most efficient way to apply for one of our postgraduate programmes is to apply online. This way, you can also track your application at each stage of the process and print off a copy of your decision letter. However, if you prefer, you can download a paper application form on the Postgraduate Admissions Pages.
Candidates are expected to have achieved Brandos Atestatas with a minimum score of 8 with IELTS 6.0 with 5.5 in each part of the test.
Candidates must hold a Bachelor Degree, or its equivalent, from a recognised University/College of Higher Education with a minimum of a Bachelor/Bakalauro Diplomas (since 2000)/Professional Bachelor/Profesinis Bakalauras: 7 (out of 10) with IELTS score of 6.5 (or equivalent).
Please note that some courses may require higher entry requirements and/or English Language requirements. You are advised to check with the individual course, or check the conditions stated in your offer letter.
Tuition Fees will be £9,000 per year. If you are studying for a degree for the first time in the UK you will not have to pay the tuition fees upfront, as an EU student you will be eligible for:
Reduced Tuition Fees
EU students are eligible for a non-repayable Tuition Fee Grant from the Welsh Government which reduces the amount payable to only £3,810 per year.
Tuition Fee Loans
To help with your tuition fees, you can apply for a Tuition Fee Loan from the UK Government. The great thing about this is that you don’t need to worry about repaying this until you have graduated from your course and have earnings of a certain level. More information can be found at: www.studentfinancewales.co.uk
The standard full-time tuition fee costs for EU postgraduate students will be:-
You can find details of the tuition fee costs on each postgraduate taught course page
In addition to a fee reduction, EU students are also eligible for a range of scholarships, including:
Further information about these scholarships and more can be found at: www.swansea.ac.uk/scholarships
See the Postgraduate Fees and Funding section of the website to find out more about the funding we have available.
Other Funding Opportunities
Erasmus+ Master Loans allow students to apply for financial support for their master's studies abroad. Loans are offered by participating banks and student loan agencies on favourable conditions to mobile students, including better than market interest rates and up to two years to allow graduates to get into a job before beginning repayment.
If you have any questions about applying to Swansea University or would like more information about our course, please contact Kathryn Tomos, Regional Manager (EU).
Telephone: +44 (0) 1792 602417
Following an announcement by the Welsh Government, Swansea University is pleased to confirm that EU students enrolling at Swansea University within the academic years of 2017/18 and 2018/19 will continue to pay Welsh domestic student fees for the duration of their studies.
EU students will also be able to access student loans from Student Finance Wales details of which can be found on the Student Finance Wales website.
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