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Undergraduate Study

 

EU Undergraduate Students

The UK has voted to leave the European Union. It is not currently known how long that process will take or the impact that it will have on UK policy on higher education tuition fees, loans and bursaries. However, the University of Cambridge can confirm that undergraduate EU students who are already studying at Cambridge, who have an offer to study at Cambridge, or who apply in 2016 to start their studies in 2017, will continue to be charged the UK fee rate applicable at the time, provided this continues to be permitted by UK law. Please note that the UK fee rate may be subject to increases, which may be annual.

The fees for all applicants, including Home/EU students, considering entry in 2018 (including deferred entry from 2017), have yet to be set.

 

Financing your studies

Whichever university you apply to, you need to consider the cost of your tuition and your living (or ‘maintenance’) costs. These amounts can seem daunting but there's lots of support available to help you finance your studies.

The details in this section are for UK/EU students. If you're from outside the EU, including Islands students (from the Channel Islands and the Isle of Man), you should check International fees and costs for details.

Tuition Fees

As at most English universities, in 2016-17 the tuition fees for UK/EU students studying for their first undergraduate degree will be £9,000 per year for all courses.

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Living Costs

'Living costs' cover whatever you need to pay for, excluding tuition fees, while you're at university. We’ve estimated that students should allow approximately £8,500 per year for living costs in Cambridge (though this will vary depending on your lifestyle).

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Financial Support

There are various sources of financial support available to help towards the costs at Cambridge. These fall into two broad categories: government financial support and Cambridge financial support.

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Music Awards

If you are an organist, singer/chorister or instrumentalist of a very high standard and you’d like to combine specialist musical experience with a Cambridge degree, you should consider applying for a Music Award.

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