EU student tuition fee status confirmed

EU student tuition fee status confirmed

Published: 27/03/2017

The Scottish Government has confirmed that EU nationals choosing to study in Scotland, enrolling in 2018-19, will be guaranteed free tuition for the entire duration of their course. Eligible EU students will continue to have access to free tuition, including tuition fee support from the Student Awards Agency Scotland (SAAS).

The announcement, by Deputy First Minister John Swinney, comes after the Scottish Government previously confirmed free tuition in Scotland for EU students enrolling for 2017-18. News of the Scottish Government announcement can be found here.

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