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Undergraduate Study

 

EU Undergraduate Students

The United Kingdom left the European Union on 31 January 2020.

The Universities Minister for England announced on 28 May 2019 that students from the European Union starting courses in England in the 2020-21 academic year will continue to be eligible for home fee status. Further information on tuition fees for home fee status undergraduates starting their undergraduate degree in 2020 can be found on our finance pages.

The Universities Minister for England announced on 23 June 2020 that EU nationals (except Irish nationals living in the UK or Ireland), other EEA and Swiss nationals will no longer be eligible for home fee status for courses starting in the academic year 2021-22. For most EU students commencing their studies in October 2021, their fee rates will be equivalent to the rates for international students.

The University will be able to provide further guidance about fee status assessments for EU students commencing their studies in October 2021 once the government announces amended regulations. Updates will be published on this website as soon as they are available.  Please check the international pages regularly for updates.

Our international students contribute to making Cambridge a vibrant and diverse place in which to study and we continue to extend a welcome to those students. EU students should regularly check for updates here.

 

Going to university is an investment in your future. 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 Home fee status students. EU students should regularly check for updates at: www.cam.ac.uk/eu. 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

For further information on tuition fees for Home, EU, and international students, please follow the link below.

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Living Costs

'Living costs' cover whatever you need to pay for, excluding tuition fees, while you're at university – for example, accommodation, food, course costs/study materials, personal expenses and transport.

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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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