Solent University is a global university, through our outlook, people and enduring international partnerships. Our current and prospective EU students are our first priority in our approach to Brexit. We have welcomed students from over 119 countries globally and have worked extensively with partners and representatives across the EU and EEA region for many years, resulting in our ever growing, established European community.
For EU students joining Solent University in September 2019, there is no change to your tuition fee cost or entitlement throughout your entire period of study.
A message to parents, students and partners from Jo Nesbitt, Director of the International Office, Solent University
We would like to give you our confident assurance that any student attending Solent University will continue to receive excellent support from us throughout their study. It is critical to us that the uncertainty of Brexit will not impact, influence or otherwise affect any student’s study at Solent, including completion of exams and enabling them to successfully finish their studies.
Our students are at the heart of everything we do at Solent University and we are completely committed to them, their well-being and success. Both our UK students and international students learn from each other, gain valuable global networks, and are prepared for an ever-increasing multicultural and international workplace. We will continue to ensure they are able to benefit from such relationships and experiences over the coming years.
Latest Brexit information
For the most up-to-date information on the UK exiting the European Union and what this might mean for you please click here.
Frequently asked questions for EU students
Solent University is committed to working closely with the UK Government and other external bodies to work through the impact of Brexit on our EU community. For more information on how Brexit may impact the UK higher education sector, click here.
EU Settlement Scheme
The EU Settlement Scheme has been tested since summer 2018, and is due to be available to all EU citizens from March 2019.
Since 21 January 2019, students who are EU nationals are able to apply under the settlement scheme as part of the next phase of testing.
Further information on how to apply
The EU Settlement Scheme will be fully open by 30 March 2019, and EU citizens will have until 30 June 2021 to apply, in line with the draft Withdrawal Agreement.
For up-to-date information on the effect of Brexit on current and prospective students, please see the UKCISA website.
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