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EEA Nationals

EEA nationals (including Swiss nationals) and their family members who are currently studying, or, are applying to study at the University of Warwick, can find useful information about their right to study following Brexit here.

This page is intended to signpost students, applicants and offer-holders to various internal and external resources.

News and updates:

21 June 2018: On Thursday 21 June, the Home Office Minister Caroline Nokes made a statement and provided further details about the EU settlement scheme. This will provide the basis for EU citizens resident here, and their family members, to obtain their new UK immigration status, consistent with the draft withdrawal agreement. More information can be found in the EU Settlement Scheme document. Following this, rules are expected to be laid in July 2018 with further details.
5 July 2018: The funding bodies in England, Scotland, Wales, and Northern Ireland, have all given reassurances to EU nationals about continuing student finance eligibility for those already on courses. Read more on UKCISA webpage.

Frequently Asked Questions:

1. I'm a student from the EU/EEA, do I need Comprehensive Sickness Insurance (CSI)?

Yes, it is a requirement that EU/EEA students and their family members have CSI (unless they are also considered as a 'worker').

We would advise that you read more on the webpage of UKCISA regarding EEA Students and CSI.

2. Where can I find more information about the position of the University of Warwick regarding EU/EEA students?

University of Warwick Information for Students on the UK leaving the EU can be found here:

3. Can Immigration Service team help me apply for a residence card?

The Immigration Service team is not currently offering face-to-face appointments for applications of a residence card, however, this service is commercially available by many solicitors' firms.

Useful information can be found on various websites:


GOV website:

GOV website:


Immigration Law Practitioners’ Association (if you are looking for representation):