Fees are subject to government review and we expect them to be confirmed by the end of October.
UK withdrawal from the European Union
EU students starting a programme with AUB in the 2020/21 academic year will be charged at the same rate as home/UK students while they study with us. This also applies to EU students who are continuing studies started before 2020/21.
EU students starting in 2020/21 will also be able to access the same financial support – including student loans and grants – for the duration of study as those offered for the 2019/20 academic year.
EU students starting in 2020/21 are also eligible to apply for the UK’s EU Settlement Scheme. This allows people to remain in the UK after finishing their studies, provided they've applied by 30 June 2021. You can find more information about this on our EU Settlement Scheme pages.
More information about the EU Settlement Scheme, as well as relevant UK healthcare details for EU students, can be found on the UK Council for International Student Affairs website.
Important links are highlighted below, outlining more details about changes for EU students:
- UK Universities International – FAQs for EU students
- UK Universities International – General Brexit FAQs
- The UK's points-based immigration system – An introduction for EU students
2020/21 Academic year deferrals
Prospective or newly arriving EU students deferring their start at AUB from 2020/21 to 2021/22 may no longer be eligible for the same tuition fee rate as Home (UK) students. Full International tuition fee rates may be charged. From 2021/22 Student Finance England will also no longer offer new enrolling European students access to its tuition fee loan, as this is connected to the current Home/EU tuition fee rate.
It’s important that new and prospective students are aware of any financial implications when considering deferring their place in order to join AUB for the 2021/22 academic year instead of 2020/21. For more details contact the university’s Admissions team on email@example.com.