The Grŵp Llandrillo Menai bursaries have been prepared following the fee plan being approved by HEFCW for the academic year 2018/19.
Students on their first year of study
HEFCW Part Time Undergraduate Fee Waiver Scheme
Part time students studying a programme of modules of fewer than 30 credits may be eligible to claim a HEFCW fee waiver grant. The maximum fee waiver available per academic year is £875. For further information please email email@example.com
During the programme there may be additional costs that are not covered by tuition fees, which students will need to consider when planning their studies.
This could include DBS requirement, childcare costs, travel associated with attending the programme and work experience, outside visits, field trips, suitable clothing for work / placement, additional printing above allowance (this could be associated with dissertation and binding requirements), memory sticks, other stationery related costs and graduation ceremony.
Students will need to consider resources and materials needed for independent study away from college such as PC/laptop, internet access, office and course specific software, materials needed for practical development, and if you wish to purchase books/journals etc. rather than borrow or additional cost to request ad hoc publications not available through the services. Students have access to the college libraries, book loan services, which may have potential overdue fines and cost of lost books.
Statement on the Welsh Language
All documentation relating to the application for a grant, bursaries or financial assistance to individual applicants, is published in Welsh and English. Applications can be submitted in Welsh and are treated no less favourably than applications submitted in English. If it is necessary to interview individual applicants for grants or financial assistance, interviews are available in Welsh for applicants who applied in Welsh, using simultaneous interpretation if required. If an application for a grant or financial assistance is submitted in Welsh, we inform the applicant of the outcome of our decision in Welsh.
When making a decision in relation to the award of a grant or financial assistance we consider the effects such an award or assistance would have on the opportunities for the applicants and others to use the Welsh language and ensure that our decision would neither reduce opportunities for persons to use the language nor cause adverse effects. The decision may be taken or implemented (for example, by imposing conditions) so that it would have positive effects, or increased positive effects, on opportunities for applicants to use the Welsh language.