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 by Mark Bennett
, posted on 11 Jun '19

Brexit: UK Fee and Funding Guarantees for New EU Students

Brexit may be (somewhere) on the horizon, but there's good news for EU students considering postgraduate study in the UK:

All parts of the UK have guaranteed that EU students starting a degree in 2019-20 or 2020-21 will pay the same fees as UK students and continue to have access to student loans and other funding for the duration of their courses.

The guarantees mean that:

Separate official statements have been released to confirm these guarantees for EU students in Scotland, England, Wales and Northern Ireland.

What about students starting in 2021-22?

The longer term effect of Brexit on UK and EU postgraduate students isn't clear yet, but we're keeping an eye on it over at our Brexit FAQ blog. You can also hear about updates as soon as they occur by signing up to our free newsletter, below.




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