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    The UK government has just announced that it guarantees "EU students applying to study at English universities from autumn 2017 will continue to pay the same fees as domestic undergraduates and will remain eligible for the same loans and grants". However does this include students who are applying now but for a deferred entry (entry in Autumn 2018)? Any answer would be greatly appreciated as early applications are due in 5 days.
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    (Original post by Jonesy99)
    The UK government has just announced that it guarantees "EU students applying to study at English universities from autumn 2017 will continue to pay the same fees as domestic undergraduates and will remain eligible for the same loans and grants". However does this include students who are applying now but for a deferred entry (entry in Autumn 2018)? Any answer would be greatly appreciated as early applications are due in 5 days.
    I wouldn't count on it, your fees would be the same as people who apply in that cycle for that year of entry.
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    Hi there.

    As this information has only just been released for Autumn 2017 we can't yet comment on Autumn 2018.

    Thanks.
 
 
 
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