If you are from the EU and wish to study in the UK, September 2020 entry is expected to be the last starting period where EU students will still pay the same for study as home students. This means paying the same tuition fees as UK students, as well as there being no changes to loan eligibility.
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EU Student Finance Guide for September 2020
- Tuition Fees
Ahead of September 2020 entry EU students will still qualify for home fee status, meaning that almost all full-time undergraduate programmes will cost just £9,250 per year.
Postgraduate EU students will also still be 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 subjects and is available for full-time, part-time and distance learning students.
- Maintenance Loans
Maintenance loans for EU students will also still be available to help with living costs whilst studying in the UK.
To be eligible, EU students must have lived in the UK for at least five years prior to their course start date and the loans must be paid back, but not until a graduated student is earning over £25,000 per year. The final amount a student receives is dependent on where they study and live.