Tuition fees and funding for EU students

Prospective students – 2018 entry

If you are an EU national and you begin studying at the University of Bristol from September 2018, you will be eligible for home fee status for the duration of your course. This means you will be charged the same tuition fees as UK students.

You can also apply to receive student loans, grants and PhD studentships, and if you are assessed as eligible you will continue to receive these throughout your course. Find out more about the implications of Brexit for prospective students. Read the government statement on funding for EU students starting university in 2018.

Prospective students – 2019 entry

Fee status and funding eligibility for EU nationals who intend to begin studying from September 2019 has not yet been confirmed by the UK government.

We will update this page with further information when it is available. Find out more about the implications of Brexit for prospective students.

Current students

If you are an EU national and you are currently studying at the University, you will continue to be eligible for home fee status for the duration of your course.

If you have been assessed as eligible to receive student loans, grants or PhD studentships, you will continue to receive these throughout your course. Find out more about the implications of Brexit for current students.