EU Student Financial Help

Student Finance for EU Students

Funding information for European students who wish to
study at undergraduate or postgraduate level in the UK.

EU Student Finance in the UK

Funding support for EU students in the UK

If you are from the EU and wish to study in the UK, you may be eligible to receive the same funding as a UK student.

EU students who wish to study an undergraduate course can apply for a tuition fee loan which covers the cost of your tuition fees in the UK, while postgraduate students are eligible to apply for government backed loans worth up to £10,000.

Undergraduate EU Students

Full or part-time student

Full-time

Full-time at a private university or college

Part-time

Part-time at a private university or college

Tuition Fee Loan

Up to £9,250

Up to £6,165

Up to £6,935

Up to £4,625

Postgraduate EU Students

EU postgraduate students are eligible to apply for government backed loans worth up to £10,000. The funding is available for both taught and research postgraduate programmes, covers all disciplines and subject areas and is available for full-time, part-time and distance learning students.

Arrange your free consultation

Confused about your next step, or if you are eligible to apply for a tuition fee loan? Arrange a free consultation in London or Manchester today.

New EU Students

  1. Download an application pack - use the form finder to search the forms you need.
  2. Send in proof of identity, if needed.
  3. You’ll receive a letter confirming how much funding you are eligible for, usually within 6 weeks.

More information on applying for student funding as an EU student can be found here.

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