The EU Hub


Latest guidance for EU students

While discussions continue around the implications of the UK’s decision to leave the UK, our priority remains to support every student here at College, from every nation, to successfully complete their studies.

If you’re a current student from an EU country, your immigration status, fee status and tuition fee loans haven’t changed as a result of Brexit. Equally, if you’re on the Erasmus+ programme, your immigration and grant status haven’t changed.

If you have friends from the EU who are thinking of applying to Royal Holloway for a course, the UK government has announced that EU students starting an undergraduate or postgraduate taught degree at Royal Holloway in 2017/18 or 2018/19 will pay the same level of fee as a UK student for the duration of their degree. 

Alongside this, the UK Government has also announced that EU students applying for an undergraduate or postgraduate taught place at an English university or further education institution in the 2017/18 or 2018/19 academic years will continue to have access to student loans for their tuition fees, if eligible, for the duration of their degree. In addition, EU nationals who have resided in the UK for over five years will also have access to undergraduate maintenance support. 

You can find more information about Royal Holloway student fees on this page.

Together with our collaborators, partners and representative groups, Royal Holloway is working hard to ensure that UK universities remain accessible to everyone across the world and to protect the powerful contribution that EU and international students and staff make to higher education in the UK.

If you have a question at any time, please get in touch.

Apr 25 2017

Government confirms funding for EU students for 2018 to 2019

The UK Government has announced that EU students applying for an undergraduate or postgraduate taught place at an English university or further education institution in the 2017/18 or 2018/19 academic years will continue to have access to student loans for their tuition fees, if eligible, for the duration of their degree.
Dec 02 2016

Update: EU students applying for a PhD starting in 2017/18

It has been confirmed that EU nationals starting courses in 2017/18 will continue to be eligible for Research Council PhD studentships to help fund their studies for the full duration of their course.
Oct 21 2016

Update from Universities UK (UUK) on financial support for EU students

With our College's support, Universities UK (UUK) has been calling for urgent action to address uncertainty for EU students with regard to loan access. The government has responded.
Oct 14 2016

UK government announcement on funding support for EU students

The UK government has announced that European Union students applying for university places in the 2017 to 2018 academic year will still have access to student funding support.
Jul 11 2016

Statement from gov.uk: the status of EU nationals in the UK

Read the full news story published on gov.uk on 11 July, which reinforces that there has been no change to the rights and status of EU nationals in the UK, and UK nationals in the EU, as a result of the referendum.
Jul 04 2016

For EU students - Brexit frequently asked questions from UUK

Universities UK (UUK) have published an excellent Frequently Asked Questions page for EU students.
Jul 04 2016

UUK were co-signatories to important letter calling for a statement on EU migrants currently living in the UK

Universities UK were co-signatories to an important letter calling on the Prime Minister to make an unequivocal statement that EU migrants currently living in the UK are welcome here, and that any changes would apply only to new migrants.
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