Information for current and prospective applicants
Now that Article 50 of the Lisbon Treaty is being triggered, giving Britain the right to leave the European Union, the University would like to reassure current and prospective students about the fees regime that will apply to them during their planned programme of studies. European Union students entering in 2017 will pay the same tuition fee as UK students for the duration of their course.
For EU students commencing their studies at Durham University in 2017 this will be an undergraduate tuition fee of £9,250, subject to any modest inflationary increase in subsequent years.
Postgraduate Home/EU tuition fees
Postgraduate Home/EU tuition fees vary by programme, mode of study (full-time or part-time) and by level of study (taught or research). Further detail can be found at www.dur.ac.uk/postgraduate/finance/costs/tuition/. In each case the relevant Home/EU fee will apply for European Union students entering in 2017.
Please note, to qualify, EU nationals must still meet the residency requirements for fee status as outlined in the fee regulations for Higher Education in England as described on www.ukcisa.org.uk
Information from the Student Loans Company:
The following statement applies to EU nationals who are currently in receipt of student loans from the Student Finance England (SFE), and to EU nationals applying to study from autumn 2017.
EU nationals or their family members, currently in higher or further education, and who are eligible to receive loans and/or grants from SFE will continue to receive these loans and grants until they finish their course. This applies to all student finance provided to eligible EU students by SFE.
For more information, visit the Student Loans Company website.