The government has announced the student support arrangements for EU students entering higher education in England in 2017. EU students that begin their studies in 2017 will be eligible for student loans and grants for the duration of their course. Check the GOV.UK website for further information. Similarly, the Welsh Government has provided an update regarding student support arrangements for EU students entering higher education in Wales in 2017/18. As in England, arrangements for students beginning their studies in 2017 will remain unchanged, and those students eligible to receive grants and/or loans by the Student Loans Company will receive support for the duration of their study. Announcements are expected soon regarding arrangements for EU applicants for 2017 to Scottish or Northern Irish universities and colleges. Once announced, this information will be published on ucas.com, and further updates will be sent to EU students and their advisers.
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