EU students/applicants! How are you dealing with your finances in case of Brexit?

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Hello there!

Since I couldn't find a thread about this, I thought I would make my own in order to gather all the EU students (or international students) that are either attending Uni in the UK right now or are applying for the 2019 entry.
So now with the prospect of Brexit approaching (and in the worst case a no-deal exit) - what are your plans to secure your finances?

I should probably introduce myself and my situation (and you're welcome to do so as well!):
Name: Mai
Country: Germany
Course & Universities I've applied to: Film studies at KCL, QMUL, Warwick, UWE Bristol and Oxford Brookes (for 2019 entry)
Finances: I will apply for the EU student loan & for a german maintenance loan (however the latter will only last for one year in case of a no-deal brexit)

I'm looking forward to hear from fellow EU students, maybe we could help each other out
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