We know that EU, EEA and Swiss students who want to study in the UK in future may be concerned about issues such as fees and immigration.
This page contains the latest information and we will continue to update it regularly.
The UK Government has confirmed funding for EU students starting university courses in the 2020/21 academic year.
PhD students remain eligible to apply for UK Research Council studentships for the duration of their study.
Please visit the UK Council for International Student affairs (UKCISA) for the latest advice and guidance for EU students.
If you have any questions, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
From the 2021/22 academic year, you will no longer have access to financial support such as student loans from Student Finance England. However, you may still be able to apply for scholarships and bursaries from individual universities. Fees are being reviewed and we'll offer more information once details are confirmed.
This change doesn’t affect EU, EEA and Swiss nationals benefiting from citizens’ rights under the respective withdrawal agreements. It also does not apply to Irish nationals living in the UK or Ireland, whose right to study and to access benefits and services will remain.
At the time of writing this information applies to universities in England – announcements have yet to be made for the other countries in the UK.
We will continue to update this page with more information.
If you're already studying at ARU and want to talk, our International Student Advice Service can help.
You'll find us on campus in Cambridge and Chelmsford. There's no need to book an appointment, just drop in from 10am–12 noon, Monday–Friday.
Alternatively you can contact us by email or phone.
Visit our information page for the latest guidance on living and studying in the UK after Brexit.
If you're already a student at ARU, the International Student Advice Service pages on MyAnglia have detailed information for you.