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EU Referendum

last modified Jul 05, 2016 03:36 PM
Following the results of the EU referendum, the Faculty of Classics would like to make it clear that that there is absolutely no change to the visa requirements and immigration status of EU national staff or students.
Following the results of the EU referendum, the Faculty of Classics would like to make it clear that that there is absolutely no change to the visa requirements and immigration status of EU national staff or students (as confirmed by the Department of Business, Innovation and Skills this week).
The Student Loans Company has also confirmed that all existing EU national students, and those starting in October 2016, will still access tuition loans for the full duration of their course. EU nationals currently studying at Cambridge, or holding offers of places for the BA, MPhil or PhD courses from October 2016 will be charged fees by the University and Colleges at the Home/EU rate. All indications are that fees will be the same for those starting in October 2017, and no student should take the result of the referendum as a discouragement to apply to Cambridge.
You can read the Vice-Chancellor's statement on the referendum HERE.

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