I have received unconditional offers from several unis (LSE, UCL & Warwick), and I would really like to study in the UK.
But I am worried about Brexit. If it happens, do you think tuitions would be raised for EU-students right away? Or when would it happen? Will it affect those that are already accepted or mainly new applicants?
I am not so worried about loans, as I could get them from home. But if I have to pay non-EU-fees, maybe I should go somewhere else.
What do you think?
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Last edited by AndersS; 21-02-2016 at 18:54. Reason: spelling mistake
- 21-02-2016 18:53
- 21-02-2016 19:13
I don't think anyone can say until it's decided. It's a real shame, it's put me off applying to EU unis because I have no idea what would happen if the UK left while I was abroad.
It might be worth contacting admissions at your chosen unis and ask if they can offer any insight.
- 22-02-2016 23:20
I am also an EU student currently doing an HND while having an unconditional offer to start a 4 year degree next September. I am a bit worried as to what will happen if the UK leaves the EU. Is there anywhere I can get any information regarding this issue?
- 24-02-2016 14:35
Same here... I'm really worried about the whole Brexit thing.
- 24-02-2016 17:37
If Brexit happens, there will be around 2 years of negotiations in which we will remain part of the EU before we leave. I imagine the arrangement to be set up would be similar to that for international students for EU students wishing to study in the UK. In terms of UK students wishing to study in the EU, Norway, Iceland, Liechtenstein,Turkey and Macedonia are all participating countries in the Erasmus scheme without being in the political union of the EU, hope this helps.
- 14-07-2017 00:03
I am currently researching for my dissertation project and the aim is to explore if Brexit will have an effect on EU students finding employment in the UK.
This survey is for non-UK EU national students that are studying at a British university.
I would really appreciate if anyone could dedicate a bit of time to fill out my survey (approximately take 5 minutes)