Going abroad to study Financial help in EU

Financial help

Going abroad to study

When you go to university in another EU country, as an EU citizen you are entitled to pay the same course fees as a national. This treatment does not extend to support or maintenance grants and loans. Some countries may nevertheless choose to provide maintenance grants to foreign students, on their own initiative.
When you go abroad to study, you might still be able to get a maintenance grant from your country of origin. This is up to your own national authorities.

Foreign students who are already residents

Even if you are not a national of the country where you want to study, if you have been living there for five years or more, you are entitled to a maintenance grant on the same conditions as nationals of that country.

Financial help by country

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I want to know about fees and grants for foreigners in:
Contact your national education ministry to enquire about grants for nationals studying abroad
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Sample story

Check the conditions attached to your country’s student grants
Johs is a Dane who decided to embark on a two-year Master’s degree course in the United Kingdom after four years of studying in the United States. At that time, the Danish government provided maintenance grants to Danish students for a maximum of six years. However, there was a four-year cap on the number of years a Danish student could receive this grant if the studies were outside Denmark. Johs was not aware of this condition; as he had been receiving the grant for four years in the United States, he was unfortunately left with no grant during his course in the United Kingdom.
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