16 September 2021
Welsh Government plans to change regulations for ‘home’ fees for HE in Wales, to improve the position of Irish nationals. Read more
13 August 2021
Irish citizens living in the EEA, Switzerland, or the EU overseas territories, now given specific category Read more
12 August 2021
Amendment regs laid on 11 August bring welcome change to residency requirements for specific category Read more
08 August 2021
Which categories will close, which will change, and which will stay? Read more
28 June 2021
The UKCISA website now includes full information. Read more
28 June 2021
Which categories will close, which will change, and which will stay? Read more
28 May 2021
We have added some wording to the information for the 'Brexit protected rights: EU national / EU family / Family of relevant person of NI' category. In situations where a student is relying on someone else to meet the 3-year residence test for them, we now explain that that other person must be in UK on the first day of the academic year. Read more
11 May 2021
UKCISA has published a number of news stories today that will be of interest to fee assessors in England. Read more
11 May 2021
The regulations that govern 'home' fees in England are changing on 1 August 2021, as a result of Brexit. Read more
11 May 2021
The UKCISA website now includes full information about fee status for students starting higher education courses in England on or after 1 August 2021. Read more
01 April 2021
If your students have made applications under the scheme where they have had an absence from the UK between 6 and 12 months, please get in touch. Read more
10 March 2021
Our analysis on the complex changes is underway Read more
04 March 2021
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28 January 2021
Scottish Govt has published new regs for fee status and Student Support for those starting courses from 1 Aug 2021. EU-related categories affected. Read more
09 November 2020
DfE lays interim regulations to preserve eligibility under EU-related categories between Dec 2020 and autumn 2021 Read more

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