I am a Dutch student who recently moved from the Netherlands to the UK and started to study A levels here. I am currently in year 12 and even though it seems early, I am already thinking hardly about what universities I might want to go and the such.
My problem would obviously be the funding. I know I would need a loan and it would be cheaper for me to study in the Netherlands after my A levels, but my preference goes to English universities. So, taking also Brexit in account, would I be entitled to any form of loan that would cover my tuition fee? And would I also still be paying the normal amount of 9250 pounds?
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Do you have a particular year of study in mind?
Currently you can apply for EU funding (Tuition Fees only) based on the fact you have lived in the EU for the 3 years before your course.
If, by the time you are studying, you have been in the UK for 5 years OR you decide to work during your studies, you can apply as a Migrant worker to SFE and received full funding (Tuition Fees and Maintenance).
We don't have much information regarding EU students applying in a few years on how their funding will work or if it will still be provided.