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Wednesday 29 May 2019

The Government announced yesterday (28 May 2019) that European Union students will continue to be charged the same fees as English students and will remain eligible for financial support in the academic year 2020/21.

This welcome news means those applying to study for undergraduate, masters and postgraduate courses at English universities will have access to student loans even if the course finishes after the UK leaves the EU.

Professor Graham Baldwin, Solent University's Vice-Chancellor, said:  "For decades EU students have significantly enriched the cultural and academic life of Solent’s campus, and we welcome the clarity this announcement of continued EU student funding brings to students, staff and our European partners."

You can read the full details on the Government’s website here.