If you are not an EU student, you will have to pay tuition fees at universities and colleges in Ireland. Students from ROI (and other non-UK EU countries) can apply to the Student Finance Services European Team for a loan of up to £4,395 to cover the tuition fee. Tuition costs vary depending on the course, the institution and whether you are classified as an EU student or non-EU student.They also fluctuate so make sure to double-check the fees with your chosen institution before you begin the application process. If you live in the Republic of Ireland and hope to start a degree course in Northern Ireland in 2020-2021 the maximum fee will be £4,395. For the free fees initiative, once students meet all other criteria as set out in the Free Fees Initiative: The 2020-2021 Tuition fee for each module in DCU Connected’s undergraduate online degree programmes is €900 for EU students and €1,288 for non-EU students.. To graduate with a BA (Hons) students must successfully complete 12 modules. This means they pay the same tuition fees as students from the part of the UK where their university is located (England, Northern Ireland, Scotland or Wales). Undergraduate Fees. EU students who have started or are due to start at a university or further education institution by 31 July 2021 have ‘home fee status’ in the UK. Founded in 1950, St Antony’s College is one of the constituent colleges of the University of Oxford in England. Contact your chosen University to confirm you are eligible, as your fees may be reduced to a student contribution of €2,500, plus a nominal amount in the form of a student levy. It has some 450 students from over 66 nationalities. Non-EU students. From the academic year starting in autumn 2021, EU students will no longer be eligible for the tuition fee loan from Student Finance England. EU students enjoy lower tuition fees than non-EU students. As part of Budget 2021, the Minister for Further and Higher Education, ... UK students will still be eligible for the same fee structures as EU students in Ireland. For 2020–2021 entry, you'll be considered an international student and pay international tuition fees if you live in a country outside the EU and EEA. From the academic year 2021 onwards, EU students are no longer eligible for home fee status, and will therefore pay international fee rates at universities in England.. Fees for individual degree will be shown on our course pages shortly. Your fees. However, from 2021–2022 onwards, EU and EEA students won't qualify for home fee status and financial support entitlement, and will be classed as international students. The amount of the tuition fees varies largely among institutions and study programs and over the years. €900 x12) EU Medicine tuition fees: Paid for by Free Fees: Student contribution charge* Paid for by SUSI Grant: IT fee** €475: Health screening charge*** (once-off charge) €280: NUI fee**** (once-off charge) €135: Total fees (for academic year 2020/2021) €890 The total tuition fee for the qualification is €10,800 based on 12 modules (i.e. Students who acquire EU/EEA citizenship from 1st February may be entitled to free tuition fees from the commencement of the next academic year. On 23 June 2020 England’s Universities Minister, Michelle Donelan MP, announced that, at the end of the transition period on 1 January 2021, students from the EU, other EEA countries and Switzerland will no longer be eligible for home tuition fee status and student loans for courses beginning in 2021-22. The St Antony’s College will provide an award amount of 100% of the course fees, plus living costs of £17,442 per year (2021/22 rate).