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    (Original post by andreasz)
    I am a non-UK, EU student wanting to apply to study Medicine in the UK, for 2020 entry, when the UK will still be in the Brexit transition period.

    Do you think or do you have any information on whether EU students admitted during this period will be entitled to pay home fees and whether this arrangement will last throughout their studies?

    I am really scared because my 'plan' was always to go and study in the UK and in case I can't do that because of high fees, I don't know where else I can go with A Levels. Are you aware of any other countries with decent medical schools that will consider applicants with A Levels?
    Hi Andreasz,

    I can absolutely appreciate your concern but unfortunately we don't have information on how Student Finance will be affected in 2020.

    It might be worthwhile having a look around on other forums on The Student Room to find more information on this.

    Best wishes,

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