Going to uni or college this year? Make sure you apply right first time so you get your money in time the start of your course.
Video provided by the Welsh Government.
All eligible Welsh students starting a part-time or a full-time undergraduate course from September 2018 will have access to financial support.
If you've used all five choices and are not holding any offers, you may be able to add another choice.
Find out what happens when you finish your course and start to repay your student loan.
You can get extra help to cover the cost of childcare or other course-related costs while you study. Find out what's available.
Interest is charged on your student loan as soon as you get your money. Here are some key facts you should know before you start repaying.
If you're an independent student, the evidence you need to send us will be different from other undergraduate students.
Find out about the extra help available to help disabled students.
Studying abroad as part of your UK course? Find out what student finance you can get to help pay for your tuition fees and living costs.
If you’re applying for Disabled Students’ Allowances, you may be asked to arrange a Study Needs Assessment.
Disabled Students' Allowances (DSAs) are extra help for disabled students.
Make sure you’re eligible before you apply for student finance.