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EU Referendum

The UK has voted to leave the European Union. It is not currently known how long that process will take or the impact it will have on UK policy on higher education tuition fees, loans and bursaries.

The Universities Minister for England announced on 28 May 2019 that students from the European Union starting courses in England in the 2020/21 academic year will continue to be eligible for home fee status. This allows the University of Cambridge to confirm that the fee for postgraduate EU students who are already studying at Cambridge, or who will start their studies in 2019 or 2020, will be at the applicable Home/EU rate for the duration of their course.

The fee status of EU nationals for 2021 entry onwards has yet to be determined by the UK government. EU students should regularly check for updates here.

This section contains useful information for international (non-UK, including EU and EEA) students on three key areas:

  1. Immigration
  2. International Qualifications
  3. Competence in English

For more information on studying at Cambridge as an international student, see our International Students website.

My supervisor, my College and my colleagues have all helped me in various ways to adjust to the different parts of life and studying in the UK. Having the support of so many entities within the University has been supremely helpful.

Seema, PhD in Education