Information for EU students

The following information is for European Union (EU) students who will be studying a full undergraduate or postgraduate degree at the University of Hertfordshire.

If you are a European, non-EU student please refer to the information for international students.

Country information

Please visit our regions and countries pages for more specific information about students from your country, our entry requirements and details of our local representatives who can assist and support your entry to the University.


We offer a wide range of Undergraduate and Postgraduate degree programmes. For students that don’t meet the requirements for direct entry to either undergraduate or postgraduate degree courses we also offer a range of preparatory courses.

Fees and Scholarships

UK and EU students pay the same tuition fee amount, for information about our tuition fees for UK/EU Undergraduate and Postgraduate courses please refer to the relevant pages. Tuition fees for our preparatory courses are payable at the international students fee rate, please refer to our non-standard fees for international students for details.

We also have a number of scholarships available for UK/EU, please refer to our scholarships pages for details.

Tuition fee loan

Undergraduate EU students are eligible to apply for a loan from the UK Student Finance England to cover the cost of tuition fees. The loan is paid directly to the University of Hertfordshire.

Find out more about the Student Finance England loan process and repayment schedule.

Refer to Student Finance England to find out more about the student loan available to you and for details of how to apply.

EU Students & Brexit

What is Brexit?

  • On 23rd June 2016 the UK held a referendum on Britain's membership of the EU
  • On 24th June 2016 the result was in favour of leaving the EU
  • On 29th March 2017 Article 50 was triggered, starting the process of the UK leaving the EU

What does this mean for EU students studying in the UK?

  • Whilst the UK is still a member of the EU nothing has changed
  • Student loans and grants have been confirmed for EU students starting a course in 2017/18 and 2018/19

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