Brexit: British families in France face rise in UK uni fees

Young people from British families living in France could pay up to three times as much to go to UK universities in the future – but not for seven years.

The UK’s higher education minister has confirmed that students from the EU will lose the right to ‘home fees’ and UK student loans as of the academic year starting in 2021, though those who started before this are unaffected for the duration of their course.

This change will also apply to Further Education funding for those aged 19 or more, and funding for apprenticeships.

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