Warwick's community is a welcoming and inclusive one. We are proud of our international community and will continue to offer a global experience whatever the outcome of Brexit.
This guidance is for future students. If you are already at Warwick you should see our advice for current students.
Fees and funding
Courses beginning in 2019 and 2020
The UK government has confirmed that students from the European Union (classed as EU for fee purposes) who begin courses in the 2019-20 and 2020-21 academic years will continue to have access to the same fees and funding options as in previous years, for the full duration of their course of study. This commitment has been made regardless of whether the UK exits from the EU with or without a deal.
Most EU nationals have the same fees as home students and are eligible for financial support. Please take a look at our information on tuition fees, undergraduate loans, postgraduate loans, and research funding from UK Research Councils. You can read further information about student finance in the event of a no-deal Brexit on the Government's website.
Courses beginning after 2021
At present, the status and level of fees and funding for European Union students beginning courses in the 2021-22 academic year and beyond has not yet been confirmed. We will update our guidance for students when more information becomes available from the UK government.
Your immigration status
We recommend that you explore the following two pages for further information:
- Warwick's advice for current EEA nationals
- UK Council for International Student Affairs (UKCISA)'s advice
Please read the UKCISA's advice on healthcare while studying in the UK.
If there is a no-deal Brexit, the rules on driving in the UK without a UK license might change. Make sure you have checked UKCISA's advice on driving in the UK.
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