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 2017/18. 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.)
Following the result of the UK's EU Referendum, the Minister for Universities and Science, Jo Johnson, confirmed on Monday June 27th that students from EU countries who are currently at UK universities, and those starting this Autumn (September 2017), will receive student loan support for the duration of their course.
Update 21 April 2017: Funding will now continue for EU students starting in 2018/19 as well
There are no UK government loans available to EU students for living costs whilst undertaking an undergraduate degree in the UK, so students are expected to have access to sufficient income to cover these costs.
However, if you have lived in the UK for at least five years before the 1st September of the year you commence your course, you may be eligible to apply to Student Finance for the maintenance loan as well as the tuition fee loan. Please refer to the Funding for Undergraduate students page for information about the funding package.
If you have been assessed as having migrant worker status then you may be eligible to apply for the same funding package for your course as a UK student. Please refer to the Funding for Undergraduate students page for information about the funding package.
For all general enquiries regarding student support and postgraduate level scholarships please contact the International Office.
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