Cyllid i fyfyrwyr

Os ydych fel arfer yn byw yng Nghymru, gallai fod gennych yr hawl i gael rhagor o gymorth gan Lywodraeth Cynulliad Cymru.

How to apply in Welsh

If you're applying to Welsh course providers, you can choose to complete your application entirely in Welsh.

How to apply

When you’ve found the programme that’s right for you, it’s time to apply.

Sut i ymgeisio

Os ydych yn gwneud cais i ddarparwyr cyrsiau Cymraeg, gallwch ddewis llenwi eich cais i gyd yn y Gymraeg.

The UCAS widget

Host the UCAS widget on your school/college website or Virtual Learning Environment (VLE), to link students and their parents to important UCAS info.

Studying in Welsh

Studying higher education in Welsh can offer lots of career options – not just in Wales but further afield too. Find out more.

Choosing where to study or train

After GCSEs/National 5s, you could stay in school, go to a sixth form college, go to a further education (FE) college, or join a work-based training provider.

Supported internships

Facts about supported internships: who's eligible, how the study programme works, and who to contact for more information.

Thinking about university?

Check out uni course entry requirements now, to see how the subjects and qualifications you choose now will affect the courses open to you later.


Facts about NVQs: what's involved in studying them, how they are assessed and how long they take to complete.

Postgraduate open days and events

Attending postgraduate open days before applying will give you plenty of time to make a confident, informed decision about the course that best suits your learning style, and meets your career aspirations.

BTEC diplomas

Facts about BTEC diplomas: who they are for, the different types, how they are taught, what you need to get on one, and what you can do afterwards.

How to apply for postgraduate courses

You can use UCAS Postgraduate to apply for some postgraduate courses. Please read the information below carefully to select the correct application route for your course.