Please see the Queen Mary Advice and Counselling Service website for detailed information for EU, EEA & Swiss students about immigration, fees and funding, accessing health care, working, and our Frequently Asked Questions on rights in the UK after Brexit and applying to remain in the UK through the EU Settlement Scheme.
Important funding news
The UK government announced on 28 May that EU students starting in 2020-21 will be able to access UK government funding on the same basis as is available today, for the duration of their course, regardless of whether a deal is reached with the EU or not. There is information about EU funding eligibility in our undergraduate funding advice guide.
Tuition fee levels for EU students who enter UK Higher Education in 2020 will remain at the same level of that of UK students. For information about UK government funding including eligibility please see the Advice and Counselling Service funding guides.
The government has also confirmed that EU nationals starting PhD courses in the academic year 2018-19 will continue to be eligible for Research Council PhD studentships to help fund their studies for the full duration of their course. This will be the case even if the course finishes after the UK has left the European Union.
If you are a prospective student and have any questions about funding, please contact email@example.com.
Erasmus+ Student and Staff Mobility
Should the UK leave the EU with a deal, Queen Mary will have access to Erasmus+ funding for student and staff mobilities taking place until and including 2020/2021.
There remains a risk of the UK leaving the EU with no deal. If this is the case, funding arrangements will not be in place for mobilities taking place in 2020/2021. For the current academic year, the European Commission Contingency Regulation will come into effect on the exit date, guaranteeing that participants on mobilities will be able to complete their mobilities in full and uninterrupted. The UK government underwrite guarantee will still apply to fund mobilities due to start after the exit date and within the 2019/2020 academic year. In this instance, exchanges would continue as normal, and students or staff would not need to do anything.
The Swiss government has confirmed funding through the Swiss European Mobility Programme will be in place up until and including 2020/2021 – irrespective of a deal or a no deal exit.
Questions can be directed to Wiebke Leugers, Erasmus+ Manager (firstname.lastname@example.org).