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UK government confirms funding for EU students

Following the outcome of the 2016 EU Referendum which determined that the UK will be leaving the European Union, the UK government has just confirmed that EU students who apply to university in the 2018 to 2019 academic year will still have access to student loans.

As the process of leaving the EU gets underway, you may have questions about how, or if, this will affect you. Whether you’re a current EU student studying in the UK, a student who will be coming to UCA in the academic year 2017/18 or 2018/19, or an Erasmus student in the UK, EU or elsewhere, you’ll find the answers you need below.

Our current EU students: immigration status and associated fee status, as well as your access to the student loan book for the full length of your course, have not changed as a result of the vote.

EU students with a place to start in academic year 2017/18 or 2018/19: immigration status and associated fee status, as well as your access to the student loan book for the full length of your course, have not changed as a result of the vote.

EU students studying in the UK under the Erasmus programme: immigration status has not changed, and you continue to be eligible for your Erasmus grant until at least as long as we remain a member of the EU – and this could well be extended beyond this time.

UK students studying in the EU and elsewhere under the Erasmus programme: immigration status has not changed, and you continue to be eligible for their Erasmus grant until at least as long as we remain a member of the EU – and this could well be extended beyond this time.

If you have any questions about studying in the UK as an international student – from Europe or outside of Europe – visit our Fees & Finance page.

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