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Graduate Admissions


EU Referendum

There are no immediate changes to the status of EU/EEA nationals coming to the UK following the EU referendum result in June 2016. The UK remains a member of the EU until negotiations have concluded. This means EU/EEA nationals still have freedom of movement in the UK and are free to live and study/work. The University’s International Student Office provides a visa advice service on a range of student-related immigration matters for applicants, students and their family members and would be able to advise further if this changes in future.

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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.