EU entrants fee status
The Scottish Government has announced an extension of the undergraduate tuition fee funding for eligible EU nationals (treating EU students the same as if they were domiciled in Scotland) commencing their studies in the 2020-2021 academic year. This guarantee will cover the duration of a student’s course.
If you are a student who normally lives in the EU and will enter the University in September 2019, you are likely to have a fee status of 'Home (Scotland/EU)'.
The Scottish Government has confirmed that full-time EU students enrolling on a course in 2019 will be eligible to have their tuition fees paid for the duration of their studies. Tuition fees will be paid through the Student Awards Agency for Scotland (SAAS).
Details on how and when to apply, and eligibility criteria, are available from SAAS.
You may be supported by some of the University of St Andrews' scholarships and bursaries.
There has been no guidance published to date on the funding arrangements for EU students starting a course from 2021 onwards. These pages will be updated as more information becomes available. In the meantime, you may wish to visit Universities UK’s Frequently Asked Questions or the University's Brexit advice.