If you are a student from the EU, EEA or Switzerland starting your course in academic 2022–23, you will generally have to pay international student fees for your course, unless you are covered by one of the specific withdrawal agreements.If you are an EU national who has settled or pre-settled status or an Irish citizen living in the UK or Ireland, you are likely to be eligible to pay home fees for your course.
Our admissions team will assess your fee status once you have applied to us.
In general, if you are an EU national starting your course in academic year 2022–23 you will no longer be eligible for a student loan for undergraduate or postgraduate studies, unless you are covered by one of the withdrawal agreements.
If you are an EU national who has settled status under the European Union Settlement Scheme, you are likely to be eligible for a tuition loan and a maintenance loan.
If you have pre-settled status or are an Irish citizen, you are likely to be eligible for a tuition fee loan only.
In all cases, you will also need to meet the Student Finance England residency criteria based on where you are ordinarily resident when you start your course and where you have been living in the three years before the first day of your course.
You should check the residency criteria which apply to your situation on the GOV.UK website for Student Finance.
If you will be studying an eligible postgraduate masters or doctoral degree, check eligibility criteria on the GOV.UK website for postgraduate study.
You are advised to view the Student Finance England information for full details of eligibility criteria.
Self-funding EU students who pay international fees will be eligible to apply for an International Scholarship of up to £2,500 towards their first year of study.
Visas and immigration
If you are arriving in the UK to study from 1 January 2021, you will need to apply for a student visa before you travel. There are a number of eligibility criteria so please check our visa and immigration pages to find out what rules apply to your personal circumstances. Our International Student Advisers can help.
This guidance is for the sole use of University of Brighton applicants and students. It is a guide only and must be used in conjunction with the information referenced on the GOV.UK website. The information in this guidance is given in good faith and has been carefully checked. However, the University of Brighton accepts no legal responsibility for its accuracy.