Scholarships, grants, bursaries, financial awards, loans… there are many financial support options for European Union students who wish to study a degree or postgraduate course in the UK.
Scholarships and funding
Student finance in England : starting in 2020 and update 2021
EU full time students can apply for a tuition fee loan of up to £9,250 per year to cover fees. Applications are made online and fees are paid directly to the institution. Students agree repayment terms with the Student Loans Company, on completion of their studies. EU students who begin their degree programmes in 2020 will not see these terms and conditions affected. More information available on the UK government's website.
Find out more from the UK Government student finance in England website.
From January 2021 international fees will be applicable to all EU students attending universities in England. These will no longer be covered by access to Student Loans. EU citizens with settled status in the UK will continue to access home fees and finance.
Student finance in Wales
EU students can apply for tuition fee loans to study in Wales and may also be eligible for further financial support. Find out more about financing your studies in Wales on the Wales student finance website.
Student finance in Northern Ireland
EU students can apply for tuition fee loans to study in Northern Ireland. Find out more on the Student finance Northern Ireland website.
Student finance in Scotland
EU students are eligible to have their tuition fees paid for by the Student Awards Agency for Scotland. Find out more on the Study in Scotland website.