EU applicant information

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Cardiff University is an international community that values the students and staff that come to study and work here from around the world.

We have 7,000 EU and international students and 6,800 staff from 78 countries. Our alumni reach across 180 countries. This diversity fosters creativity and innovation and is an important part of our culture.

Applicants for 2017 entry

EU nationals who intend to begin studying from autumn 2017 will continue to pay the same fees as UK students and will be eligible to receive loans and grants to fund their studies for the full duration of their course.

Find out more about the student funding support guarantee for EU students applying for 2017/18.

There is no reason to assume any change in your immigration status following the EU referendum. We will be issuing further advice and guidance as soon as it is available. In the meantime please feel free to contact us with any questions using enquiry@cardiff.ac.uk.

Applicants for 2018 entry onwards

We will issue detailed advice and guidance as soon as it is available. In the meantime please feel free to contact us with any questions using enquiry@cardiff.ac.uk.

Future changes

Following Brexit, our focus is to manage change in a way that benefits this University, its students and staff, as well as Wales, the UK and the wider world. We have already embarked on this process.

Cardiff University is an international, ambitious and successful university. We are also a friendly university. We hope to welcome you here soon.

Read the Vice-Chancellor's message following the Brexit announcement.

Read the Vice-Chancellor’s latest message about the challenges posed by the Brexit vote.