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Undergraduate Study

 

EU Undergraduate Students

The UK government has announced that financial support for undergraduate EU students who are already studying in the UK, who have an offer to study at Cambridge, or who apply to start their studies in 2017, will (subject to eligibility) continue to be available. For more information, please see www.slc.co.uk/media/latest-news/eu-nationals-and-student-finance-in-england.aspx. Cambridge bursaries will also continue be available to undergraduate EU students who are already studying at the University, and to students commencing studies in 2017, subject to eligibility. Support arrangements for EU applicants considering entry in 2018 (including deferred entry from 2017), have yet to be announced.

 

The information below outlines the financial support available to first time undergraduates at Cambridge from the EU (outside the UK), based on figures for 2016-17.

For full details of government support for students from the EU, see the Student Finance website.

Tuition Fee Loan

Financial support How much Eligibility Repayment
Tuition Fee Loan Up to £9,000 per year. For some students studying for their first undergraduate degree. Repay 9% of earnings above £17,355 per year.
Cambridge Bursary

Up to £3,500 per year.

Up to £5,600 for some mature students.

Students with a household income of £42,620 per year or less. No
Cambridge College awards College and award dependent. Academic or other achievements.
Loans for specific costs or unexpected financial difficulties.
College and award dependent.