Do I have to pay tuition fees?
EU students pay the same fees (‘home fees’) as British students. These are currently up to £3,000 per year. To pay the fees you can take out a student loan and repay it when you graduate.
Find out more from the Department for Education and Skills, if you are planning to study in England or Wales, the Students Awards Agency for Scotland or the Department for Employment and Learning for studying in Northern Ireland.
What about scholarships?
Please visit our funding your studies website.
WHAT OTHER COSTS DO I NEED TO CONSIDER?
Current estimates are that, not including course fees, the average student needs around £650 a month (£750 a month in London and the South East of England) to cover accommodation, food, clothes and basic needs.
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