EU Undergraduate Students
|The government has confirmed that EU students applying for undergraduate courses starting in 2018 will remain eligible for UK student support for the duration of their course.
Professor Barnard, Trinity’s Senior Tutor, welcomed the news: ‘This gives EU students applying to study at Cambridge in 2018 for undergraduate degrees the reassurance they need that they will continue to be eligible for financial support for the duration of their course and that their fees and those of masters students will be fixed at the same rates as for home students. Trinity has a rich tradition of welcoming bright and motivated students from all over the world and we are delighted that EU students can apply for 2018 entry with the confidence that their financial position will not alter, irrespective of changes in the UK’s relationship with the EU.’
Please note that the UK fee rate may be subject to annual increases. The fees for all applicants, including Home/EU students, considering entry in 2019 (including deferred entry from 2017), have yet to be set, but the current level of fees for entry in 2018 can be found at http://www.undergraduate.study.cam.ac.uk/finance/tuition-fees.
The University and Colleges of Cambridge in general, and Trinity in particular, are committed to the principle that:
- No home undergraduate student should be deterred from applying to Cambridge by financial considerations; and,
- that no such student should be unable to take up a place, or have to leave before gaining a degree, because of financial difficulties.
One consequence of this is that there are numerous sources of financial support for undergraduates at Trinity. On these pages you can find information about: