Continuing EU undergraduate students, both full time and part time (from 2012 entry onwards), are eligible to apply for a loan from the UK Government towards their tuition fees to a maximum of £9,250 for the academic year 2021/21. To apply and to check eligibility criteria please go to the Gov.uk web pages . (You are not able to apply for a loan that is more than your tuition fee liability.)
Those who have been granted settled status under the EUSS will generally be eligible for home fee status, tuition fee and maintenance support if they have been ordinarily resident in the UK and Islands for at least 3 years.
Irish citizens are automatically treated as settled in the UK and do not need to apply to the EUSS to benefit from these rights.
See the student funding web page for details of the package available.
EU nationals, and their family members, will generally be awarded a tuition fee loan by Student Finance where the student has pre-settled status and has 3 years’ residence in the UK, Gibraltar, EEA and Switzerland (unless that residence was wholly or mainly for the purpose of education).
More information for both settled and pre-settled status is available on the Gov.uk website
EU students with pre-settled status may be able to be assessed for migrant worker status, or child of a migrant worker status, in which case you may be eligible to apply for the same funding package for your course as a UK student. Please refer to the student funding web page for information about the funding package. Contact Student Finance on +44 (0)300 100 0607 for further details.
For all general enquiries regarding student support and postgraduate level scholarships please contact the team on 0115 823 2071 or email@example.com
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