Discussions are ongoing to negotiate the terms for the UK’s departure from the European Union (EU) on 12 April or 22 May 2019, which include the future terms that will apply to EU students studying in the UK.
We realise you may have questions about how BREXIT could affect your status/studies in the UK, so check out the useful links below for all the latest information;
If you’re visiting home over the holidays and are concerned about how BREXIT might affect your travel back to the UK, or want to know if you’re still eligible for loans and grants, check out these FAQs
Visit the Universities UK website for more information on tuition fees, participation in the Erasmus+ programme, and details for those of you who wish to apply for settled status or pre-settled status.
Health insurance and EHIC for UK and EU students
UK students abroad
The government has also put forward a proposition to maintain existing healthcare arrangements (EHIC coverage) even in a no-deal scenario. This will apply to UK students abroad until December 2020.
However, in the event of a no-deal, EHIC (European Health Insurance Cards) may no longer be validfor UK students travelling within the EU, which will mean that you’ll need to get health insurance when travelling abroad.
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