* EU students applying for university places in the 2018 to 2019 academic year will remain eligible for financial support - Read the UK Government press release*
UEA welcomes students from all countries across Europe. If you are interested in studying with us, visit our country-specific pages to find information relevant to you and your country.
Fees, Scholarships and Bursaries
Access to relevant financial information and knowledge of the funding available to you as an EU student is vital. As the UK moves towards an exit from the EU please refer back to this page for the latest updates regarding our position.
The information on this page is correct as of: 15/09/2016
Tuition fees for 2017
|Home and EU students*||All undergraduate courses (excluding NHS funded courses)||£9,250|
|Students starting in 2017||Year abroad||£1,385|
|Students starting in 2017||Year in industry||£1,385|
*See UKCISA guidance. Fees applicable to EU nationals only
Notice on Annual Fee Increases
Please note that tuition fees increase annually for all students (UK/EU undergraduate fees, whose rates are regulated by the UK government, will be amended in line with any alteration advised by the UK government). For subsequent years of study please assume a 3% inflationary increase year-on-year.
The fee income we receive is used to enhance students' academic and social experience by investing in the quality of teaching and research, student services and a range of academic facilities. It also helps us to provide a range of initiatives to support access for all to higher education. We have been consistently placed in the top 5 for student satisfaction (National Student Survey 2005-2017. Overall student satisfaction, English mainstream universities) every year since the survey began and are ranked in the top 25 universities in the UK by the Guardian and in the top 200 of the world's Higher Education Institutions. We are committed to our continued investment in the student experience.
2017 EU Scholarship
Our EU Scholarship is for EU students joining us in September 2017. You do not need to apply for the below. All EU students are automatically considered based on academic achievement.
|EU Scholarship||Awarded to EU citizens who achieve a high standard in their pre-university qualifications. Typically 34 points from International Baccalaureate or equivalent*.||£1,000 one off payment in February 2017|
* For the purposes of the Scholarship scheme, the University recognises the grade equivalencies outlined in our Terms and Conditions
Other Scholarships for 2017 Entry
You can find out about other scholarships available at UEA by visiting our scholarship pages
UEA offers bursaries to EU students starting in 2017. You do not need to apply for bursary support, however you will need to request an assessment of household income from Student Finance England
Tuition Fee Loans
Tuition fee loans are managed by Student Finance England. Updates and information on availability can be found by visiting the Student Finance Website
Impact of EU Referendum Outcome
UEA is proud of its global outlook and is a welcoming and supportive place to study and work for people of all nationalities. Our campus is a vibrant and diverse community and you will mix with students from all over the world.
We welcome applications from students across all countries in Europe. However, we appreciate that the situation may not be clear to prospective students from EU member states following the referendum vote for the UK to withdraw from the EU. To help we have provided some advice and guidance.
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