undergraduate tuition fees
You do not have to pay your Tuition Fees upfront
From 2018/19, Wrexham Glyndŵr University’s tuition fees will be £9,295 per year for a full time undergraduate degree course.
You do not have to pay any money upfront if you are eligible to take a Tuition Fee Loan from the Student Loans Company.
You may be eligible for loans, grants or bursaries to help you pay your tuition fees and living costs; our student funding section has more information regarding what financial support packages may be available.
Our full-time undergraduate fees are for Home & EU students are set out in the table below. To find out what is included in your tuition fees, see the FAQs section.
If you are an international student, please visit our International fees pages.
|Fast track degree||£9,000||£9,295|
|Repeat years/individual module fee for EU/UK students (per 10 credits)||£750||£775|
Student Fee Increases
You may have noticed in the media, publicity around student fees increasing in the future. Students who are enrolling for the first time in 2017 and who are returning from previous years’ enrolment should note that your fees will remain the same for this year and any further years of undergraduate study.
From 2018/19, Wrexham Glyndŵr University’s tuition fees are expected to be no more than the maximum permitted by the Welsh Government and which may be £9,295 per year for a full time undergraduate degree course, and pro-rata for part-time course. Universities are still awaiting final confirmation of the maximum fee from the Welsh Government, and once this is known it will be published on our website, but if you have any queries or concerns regarding Fee levels please contact. For student finance advice please contact the Student Funding and Money Advice department on 01978 293547/3295 or email@example.com”
You should be aware of our fee regulations which provides an overview of when fees are due, along with the policies and procedures of the university. This can be found via the link below:-
These Fees are agreed in the context of the Fee and Access Plan 2018-19