Degree Courses (Level 4+)
September 2022 Entry
PLEASE NOTE: It is the responsibility of the student to ensure that they have secured finance to pay their tuition fees prior to enrolling on a course and are also able to cover any other costs associated with being a student on that particular course.
- No fees to be paid up front
- Tuition fees on full-time degree courses are £8,300 in September 2022 for each year of study, in total £24,900. The annual fees may increase in line with inflation in 2023 for those commencing their undergraduate studies in 2022/23 (using the CPIH inflation rate of September the year prior as per the ONS website – i.e. fee for the academic year 2023 will rise in line with the CPIH rate of September 2022). Inflationary increases in fees will not result in the fee exceeding the maximum fee level prescribed in legislation (currently set at £9k per annum for Wales).
- Funding will be available to support your studies through Student Finance Wales
- Bursaries available
- Degree students receive a printing allowance of £30 - you will only have to pay for printing costs if this allowance is exceeded.
Our Higher Education Fee Plan can be found on our HE Policies Page
Note that any uncompleted previous study may affect your entitlement. For full details go to Student Finance Wales
Fees for progressing students 2022/23
The fee for full-time students progressing directly to the next level of their course in 2022/23 without any break in study is:
- Level 4 to Level 5 = £8,300
- Level 5 to Level 6 = £8,300
You will need to reapply for your funding when your student finance agency advises you to do so, this is usually somewhere around March / April time.
All the part-time higher education courses which run at Grŵp Llandrillo Menai campuses are listed in our September Part-time Courses guide, together with the fees for each course. Information on bursaries is available on our financial support page.
For the latest information, please contact us.
Further information on additional course costs
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 accommodation, 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.
Degree students receive a printing allowance of £30 - you will only have to pay for printing costs if this allowance is exceeded.
Other costs for specific courses can be found on each course page.