Information for EU students

From September 2018, you may be eligible for the following bursaries as an EU student.

You will also continue to have access to student loans and grants, even if your course finishes after the UK exists the European Union.

Undergraduate Bursary 2018/19 entry

We are offering cash bursaries of £800 to students from the EU who start an undergraduate degree* in the 2018/19 academic year. 

The bursary is available to you in your first year at ARU. It's offered in addition to our Books Plus scheme which is worth up to £400 per year.

*Courses leading to the award of a bachelors degree (three or four years), or an integrated Masters (four years).

How to apply

If you meet all the eligibility criteria, you will automatically be awarded our EU Undergraduate Bursary. You will need to accept your offer by 30 June 2018. We will notify you by the end of September 2018. You don't need to complete an application form. Choose your course and apply now.

Eligibility



Postgraduate Bursary 2018/19 entry

We are offering bursaries in the form of a £600 discount on tuition fees to students from the EU who commence a postgraduate degree* in the 2018/19 academic year.

The bursary is available to you in your first year at ARU. It's offered in addition to our Books Plus scheme which is worth up to £400 per year.

*Courses leading to the award of a Masters degree (one or two years).

How to apply

If you meet all the eligibility criteria, you will automatically be awarded our EU Postgraduate Bursary. You will need to accept your offer by 30 June 2018. We will notify you by the end of August 2018. You don't need to complete an application form. Choose your course and apply now.

Eligibility



No change to EU student fees and status 2018/19

Updated 21 April 2017

The UK Government has confirmed funding for EU students starting university courses in the 2018–19 academic year.

This means that EU students applying for an undergraduate or Masters course at an English university will continue to have access to student loans and grants, even if the course concludes after the UK's exit from the European Union.

PhD students remain eligible to apply for UK Research Council studentships for the duration of their study.

See the Government's press release for full details.

If you have any questions, please contact us at answers@anglia.ac.uk

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