Information for applications from the European Union
Durham is proud to be an international scholarly community and currently has over 1,300 EU students studying with us on our undergraduate, postgraduate taught and research programmes and who contribute a great deal to the academic and social life of the University.
As well as receiving an excellent education - Durham has received a Gold award in the Teaching Excellence Framework – we are also in the Top 30 in Europe for teaching quality. We also offer a distinctive student experience through our College communities.
There will be no change to the tuition fee status* of undergraduate or postgraduate students attending UK universities in 2018 or 2019, which means you will pay the same fee as ‘home’ students for the full duration of your course even if it ends after the UK has left the EU.
For 2018 the tuition fee is £9,250, with the fee for 2019 expected to be the same. You will not have to pay your tuition fees up front and will remain eligible to receive government backed loans to cover your tuition fees.
Postgraduate tuition fees vary by programme, whether you are studying full-time or part-time, or are a taught or research student. Further details on postgraduate tuition fees at Durham can be found here.
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*please note EU nationals must still meet the eligibility criteria as outlined in the fee regulations for Higher Education in England. For further advice and information please see www.ukcisa.org.uk