What does Brexit mean for EU students?
On 23rd June 2016, United Kingdom voted to leave European Union. EU students have been hit hard by the uncertain circumstances following the decision of UK government to leave EU.
EU students in UK for Education
Good news for EU students applying for UK studies post 2017. Regardless of the decision of United Kingdom to leave the EU or not, the EU students at postgraduate or undergraduate levels will pay tuition just like the UK students. They are also applicable to apply for the same grants and loans.
EU students & Universities in UK
Diversity, tolerance and internationalism are some of the most valued concepts in UK universities. The UK is one of the most welcoming places for students from across the world who want to receive internationally accredited education. It is a well-known fact that global and EU students contribute significantly to UK’s higher education.
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UK International Students’ Funds
- Funds for international students in UK
Eligible candidate from the EU who want to study in United Kingdom are applicable to avail funds.
- International students’ tuition fee
Tuition fee is largely dependent on the university chosen by international students as well as the degree program and duration of said program. For social science and humanities studies, the tuition can be £10,000 a year, whereas studies with limited seats and tougher courses such as medicine can charge up to £35,000.
- UK living costs?
On average, London accommodation may cost a student £15,000 a year while anywhere else in the United Kingdom it can be nearly £12,000 a year. It implies that students will have to spend an amount between £24,000 and £26,000 a year.
- Visa application & personal finances
International students must declare proof that they can afford tuition and accommodation in UK before they are granted Tier 4 student visa. Students who reside in London during their academic program must be able to afford £1,265 a month. On the other hand, if the student resides anywhere else in UK, they must be able to bear £1,015 a month.
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Similar to UK students, EU students are also granted the same amount of funding to support them in their studies.
The EU students who are interested in selecting an undergraduate degree in the United Kingdom are also eligible to apply for tuition fee loans in order to cover their study expenses. Nevertheless, EU postgraduate students are also applicable in applying for loans up to £10,000 in amount, which are supported by the UK government.
EU Undergraduate students
|Full-time or part-time students||Tuition Fee Loans|
|Full-time||Up to £9,250|
|Part-time||Up to £6,935|
|Full-time at private college or university||Up to £6,165|
|Part-time at private college or university||Up to £4,625|
EU Postgraduate Students
A loan of up to £10,000 can be applied for by the postgraduate EU students. This is also applicable for research postgraduate programs for students to bear their expenses of all subjects and discipline areas. It is also available for distance learning programs, whether they are full-time or part-time.
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