On December 31st 2020 the UK formally left the European Union.
UK universities and SI-UK have always supported diversity, tolerance and internationalism and the UK remains one of the most welcoming destinations in the world for an EU student looking to gain a world class education.
All universities strongly believe that European and international students make a vital contribution to UK higher education and society as a whole. Learn more below with our FAQ and if you have any questions, please contact SI-UK London and we will be happy to help.
A number of UK universities plan on offering fee reduction scholarships which will bring tuition fees into line with the fee paid by UK students for the duration of their course.
You will not need a visa if you are arriving before the official Brexit date. You may need to register on arrival in the UK if you will be staying for more than three months.
You will be eligible to apply for the EU Settlement Scheme if you are an EU national with a valid passport and are resident in the UK or arrived by 31 December 2020. If by the same date you have been continually living in the UK for 5 years, you will be able to apply to stay in the UK indefinitely (settled status).
The recognition and esteem of a UK degree will not change in Europe or internationally.
If you are still unsure about how Brexit will affect your application to study in the UK, arrange a free consultation with SI-UK London or Manchester and we can take you through all the facts you need to know.
Last updated: 6th January, 2021.
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