UCFB Brexit advice and FAQs
What does Brexit mean for current and prospective students?
Though much is still uncertain about the UK’s exit from the European Union, we’ve pulled together some FAQs which we hope will help EU residents thinking of studying at UCFB make an informed choice on their decision to study in the UK. The information below will also be useful for existing EU students studying at UCFB.
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This information should also be useful for existing EU students studying at UCFB.
Will the tuition fees change for students from the EU?+
The UK Government has confirmed that tuition fees for EU students beginning their university degrees in 2019 and 2020 will remain the same.
Can I still apply for a student loan?+
EU students starting their studies in the UK in 2019 will be eligible for student funding support (Student Loan) for the duration of their course, even if the UK exits the EU during that period.
How will this affect my ability to apply for a scholarship or bursary?+
There will be no change to UCFB’s scholarship policy or your ability to apply for one in the 2019 and 2020 period.
Will I need a visa to study in the UK?+
This is still to be confirmed by the UK Government and will depend on the withdrawal agreement between the UK and the EU.
Can I still work in the UK?+
Yes. Until the UK Government agrees a deal with the EU, as an EU citizen you have the right to work in the UK.
Will I have to pay for medical care?+
Temporary residence permit status and settled status give you access to public services including the National Health Service (NHS).
Are students welcome in London and Manchester?+
Absolutely yes. UCFB recognises and promotes the important contribution that EU students make to both of our campuses and student life at UCFB.