European Union students applying to study at Kingston University in 2018/19 get funding assurance

Posted Friday 28 April 2017

Students from the European Union planning to apply to Kingston University will continue to pay the same fees as home (UK) students for the 2018/2019 academic year, as recently confirmed by the UK government.

The government's announcement on funding for EU students applying to universities in England also included confirmation that EU nationals will remain eligible for loans, grants and Research Council PhD studentships at UK institutions in 2018/19.

Kingston University is proud of its role as a vibrant, multicultural university. The rich cultural heritage, range of experiences, talent and expertise that our students bring to the University play an important part in enriching our dynamic, inclusive and diverse learning environment.

Making up around a third of our overseas intake, EU students come to Kingston University to study a variety of subjects and benefit from top-quality teaching, modern resources, career and workplace-focused learning – all only a short journey from central London.

If you are a student from the EU, you can find out more about studying at Kingston University.

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