Information on these pages are for students from European countries that are part of the European Union (EU)
Our staff are very familiar with the education systems of different EU countries and we accept country-specific qualifications from EU member states for both undergraduate and postgraduate degree programmes. The entry requirements for all our programmes vary, depending on the course you are applying for:
Select the undergraduate course finder to find the specific academic entry requirements for your course.
Postgraduate Taught Programmes
For entry onto a postgraduate taught course applicants are normally required to hold a good Bachelor’s degree in the relevant subject. The precise entry requirements vary according to each programme. Select the postgraduate course finder to find the specific academic entry requirements for your course.
Undergraduate Fees for EU students in 2017/18
Please refer to our Undergraduate Tuition Fees pages.
The Welsh Government announced that students from the EU will not have to pay tuition fees higher than the current level. This means that EU student applicants will receive a grant of up to £4,954 from the Welsh Government.
EU student applicants can also apply for a Tuition Fee Loan to cover the remaining £4,046. Both the Tuition Fee Grant and Loan will be paid directly to the University on behalf of the student. Students will start repaying the loan only once they graduate or left the course.
EU nationals who are currently in receipt of student loans from Student Finance Wales and those EU nationals who intend to begin studying in the academic year 2018/19 will be eligible for support from loans and grants.
For more information on the support available towards tuition fees please visit the Student Finance Wales website.
Postgraduate Fees for EU students in 2017/18
Please refer to our Postgraduate Tuition Fees pages.
My favourite things about studying at UWTSD is that the modules are linked and permit me to have a better understanding of my course. My academic experience is having an important impact on my future career, not only am I learning how to manage my work but also, importantly I am learning how to be a logistics manager. Indeed, I need to know how to manage myself to become a good manager. The student nights are really great, cheap and fun and I really enjoy the local Welsh foods.
Gabriel Barbarit, France, BSc (Hons) Logistics & Supply Chain Management