Together with our partners in the sector and Universities UK, we have been doing a significant amount of work to prepare for Brexit. From 31 January 2020 to 31 December 2020, the UK will no longer be a member of the EU but will continue to be subject to EU rules and remain a member of the single market and customs union. This is known as the ‘transition period’ and during this time the UK will negotiate its future trading relationship with the EU
During the transition period, we will endeavour to keep you as up-to-date as possible on any changes that may affect you.
You may also wish to keep abreast of the latest developments by monitoring the UK Council for International Student Affairs website, which summarises the pertinent updates from the government.
You can also contact our Admissions Team email@example.com or +44(0)151 794 3030.
EU students applying for 2021 entry
Following the end of the UK’s transition period on 31 December 2020, EU students joining in the academic year 2021-22 and beyond will become subject to international fees. Please see the information on our international webpages for details of fees by subject area. EU students who began their studies in the academic year 2020/21 or before will continue to be classed under the current arrangements for the duration of their course. Please note, if you apply for study in 2020 and choose to defer entry to 2021, you may be subject to the 2021 fee system. We are currently reviewing the range of scholarships and bursaries we offer to EU students.
EU, EEA and Swiss nationals coming to the UK to study for longer than 6 months after 1 January 2021 will need to obtain a Student Visa to enter and remain in the UK. The Student Visa must be applied for prior to arriving in the UK. For further details please see our International Advice & Guidance webpage here: https://www.liverpool.ac.uk/studentsupport/international/visas/tier4studentvisa/
Participation in the Erasmus+ programme
The UK’s participation in the new Erasmus+ programme, which begins at the start of the academic 2021/22, is part of the ongoing EU-UK negotiations.
In the event that the UK does not participate in the new Erasmus+ programme (2021/22 onwards) the University is guaranteeing that no students, due to study or work abroad in the EU in the period until (and including) 2022/23 will be financially worse off as a result of the UK leaving the EU. This includes applicants to language programmes at the University.
The University of Liverpool will continue its positive relationships with its European university exchange partners. We are committed to sending our students on exchange to our EU partners, and to welcoming students from those partners to our campus for periods of exchange, whether within or without the Erasmus scheme.
Students from our Erasmus partner universities interested in coming to Liverpool
We look forward to continuing to host students from our EU partner universities on our campus after leaving the EU. Students from our Erasmus partners who are interested in coming to Liverpool should contact the International Office at their home university in the first instance.
The Study Abroad Team can be contacted on:
+44 (0)151 795 5508.
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