Full information on HE fee status for students starting courses in England in Autumn 2021

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.

Many of the categories of student who are entitled to pay ‘home’ fees look very different from the way they did before, as a consequence of Brexit. If you want to understand what has changed from before, read our news story ‘How fee assessments for HE in England are changing on 1 August 2021’.

If you start your course on or after 1 August 2021

Below is a list of all the categories of student who will be entitled to pay fees at the ‘home’ rate for courses starting on or after 1 August 2021. They are grouped together by theme. In the second column we tell you where to go for information about the requirements a student needs to meet, to fit the category.

For many of the categories, the information is contained in this new pdf guide.

Make sure you read the introduction at the start of the pdf guide as well as the information about a particular category, as it includes important information.

You only need to find one category that you fit into. You will have to meet every single requirement for that particular category.

 

Settled

3 years in UK and Islands, settled in UK

page 10 of the guide

3 years in Republic of Ireland/UK/Islands, settled in UK

page 13 of the guide

3 years in UK and Islands, EUSS settled status connection

page 16 of the guide

 

Family member of a UK national

Family member of a UK national

page 19 of the guide

 

Residence in Gibraltar

Residence in Gibraltar

page 28 of the guide

 

Residence in British overseas territories

Residence in British overseas territories

page 26 of the guide

 

Brexit temporary offers for courses starting before 2028

UK nationals and family with residence in Europe or overseas territories

page 20 of the guide

Settled and exercised a right of residence

page 22 of the guide

 

Brexit protected rights

EU national and family / family of relevant person of Northern Ireland

page 31 of the guide

EU national, 3 years in UK & Islands

page 36 of the guide

Worker and family

page 40 of the guide

Child of worker

page 50 of the guide

Child of a Swiss national

page 54 of the guide

Child of a Turkish worker

page 59 of the guide

 

Long residence

Long residence

www.ukcisa.org.uk/Information--Advice/Fees-and-Money/England-fee-status#12-long-residence

 

 

Special status

Refugee and family

www.ukcisa.org.uk/Information--Advice/Fees-and-Money/England-fee-status#9-refugees-and-family

Humanitarian protection and family

www.ukcisa.org.uk/Information--Advice/Fees-and-Money/England-fee-status#10-those-granted-humanitarian-protection-and-family

Stateless leave and family

www.ukcisa.org.uk/Information--Advice/Fees-and-Money/England-fee-status#11-those-granted-stateless-leave-and-family

Section 67 leave

www.ukcisa.org.uk/Information--Advice/Fees-and-Money/England-fee-status#13-those-with-section-67-leave

Calais leave

www.ukcisa.org.uk/Information--Advice/Fees-and-Money/England-fee-status#15-persons-granted-calais-leave-to-remain

Domestic violence or domestic abuse

www.ukcisa.org.uk/Information--Advice/Fees-and-Money/England-fee-status#14-person-granted-indefinite-leave-as-a-victim-of-domestic-violence-or-abuse

Bereaved partner

 

 


If you start your course before 1 August 2021 

If you start your course before 1 August 2021, read our news story ‘How fee assessments for HE in England are changing on 1 August 2021’, to find out whether you will be affected.

You can read about all the categories of student who qualify to pay fees at the ‘home’ rate for courses that start before 1 August 2021 on the UKCISA website.

 


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