University of Wales Trinity Saint David Financial Statements
University of Wales Trinity Saint David Financial Statements, The Finance Department aims to support the University in planning, managing and maximising value by providing a cost effective, efficient and professional financial service which includes advice, direction, guidance and support to all members of the University in order to achieve its objectives in a sustainable, controlled and accountable way.
The Finance Department is responsible for the production of the University’s Financial Statements and for the regulation of all income and expenditure of the University, and for ensuring that the systems of accounting and internal control are adequate and in accordance with prescribed regulations.
- Consolidated Financial Statements 31 July 2016
- Consolidated Financial Statements 31 July 2015
- Consolidated Financial Statement 2014
- Financial Statement 2013 (University of Wales Trinity Saint David)
- Financial Statement 2013 (Swansea Metropolitan University)
- Financial Statements 2012
Worried about fees? Don’t worry, help is available
The key facts are that most students pay nothing up front and won’t have to pay it back until they earn over £21,000 a year as a graduate.
If you are eligible for UK student support, you will repay the same amount no matter what the tuition fee is.
The payment will automatically come out of your salary if you are working in the UK after you finish your course, just like tax and national insurance.
How much will my course cost?
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The cost of your course depends on a number of things – mainly what course you choose and where you are living when you apply for the course.
Although the fees at the University of Wales Trinity Saint David for full time UK/EU students have been set at £9,000 per year for our undergraduate courses, we have a wide range of Bursaries and Scholarships which provide additional financial support to students.
If you live in Wales or the EU (excluding the rest of the UK), in 2015/16, you will pay £3,810 per year for a full-time course (which is covered by a fee loan) because the Welsh Government provides a fee grant to help pay the cost of the full fee each year. There are also lots of scholarships and bursaries available from the University to support talented students from all backgrounds.