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Brexit and Trinity College

Students from the European Union who begin their degrees in England in 2020 will pay the same fees as British students throughout their studies here.

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Students from the European Union who begin their degrees in England in 2020 will pay the same fees as British students throughout their studies here.

Trinity’s Admissions Tutor, Dr Glen Rangwala, welcomed the government announcement.

Trinity has always been open to bright and motivated students from around the world, including from EU countries. Each year, around 40 students from EU countries join Trinity as undergraduates, making up about 20% of our undergraduate intake.

The government announcement gives all EU students the confidence that they can come to Cambridge University from 2020 with financial support for the duration of their courses.

This will be the case regardless of Brexit. The scheme applies to both graduate and undergraduate students who will continue to be eligible for loans to cover their fees.

Apart from the excellent teaching, current EU students at Trinity thought that the myriad opportunities and extra-curricular activities made Trinity and Cambridge distinctive.

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