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Student fees after Brexit.

Student fees after Brexit.

In a policy paper, MillionPlus – the association of Modern Universities – suggested that the Westminster government should “follow the example of Australia-New Zealand and the Nordic countries” to make reciprocal student fee deals “both during and after the Brexit implementation period”.

“Brexit modelling suggests a drop of 47% in EU students in the UK”

This should result in a new student classification, a “‘European student status”, instead of including students originating from EU member states in the ‘international student’ bracket, the organisation declared.

“Anyone from an EU nation enrolling at a UK university should be guaranteed a new ‘European student status’ reflecting similar terms to home UK students concerning university fee levels. These terms would be reciprocated by EU nations for UK students studying on the continent who would also pay the local fee, not revert to full ‘international student’ status,” it said.

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