You’ll find information on EU tuition fee loans and other funding to study in the UK on this page. If you need any advice please contact us.
Tuition fee loans and other funding for EU students
You'll find information on tuition fee loans and other funding opportunities for EU students below.
If you have questions about the results of the EU referendum and how this may affect your studies please read our EU Referendum FAQs for the most up-to-date information.
The UK Government has introduced a new postgraduate loan scheme for the 2017/18 academic year. You can borrow up to £10,000 for the purpose of completing an eligible postgraduate Masters qualification.
More information on postgraduate loans
EU tuition fee loans
As an EU student, you can apply for a loan from the UK government to help with tuition fee costs. If you applied through UCAS you'll get a tuition fee application form from them.
The loan will depend on such factors as where you live, your course, where you're studying and whether you've studied a higher education course before.
You can't apply for maintenance grants or other living expenses loans unless you satisfy the UK residency requirements. However, some help may be available from your home education authority so we advise you to approach them directly.
Go to Gov UK website for more information on undergraduate tuition fee loans
Go to Gov UK website for more information on postgraduate tuition fee loans
Other funding for EU students
A variety of external organisations including governmental agencies, charities and industry also offer funding opportunities for EU postgraduate students. Further information is available from:
If you have questions about the results of the recent EU referendum and how this may affect funding opportunities please read our EU Referendum FAQs for the most up-to-date information.
Erasmus + Masters loan (France and Spain)
If you're from France or Spain (or if you're an EU student resident in France or Spain) you can apply for a tuition fee loan to help with tuition fee costs for postgraduate studies.
A loan of up to €12,000 is available for a one-year Masters degree and a maximum of €18,000 for a two-year Masters degree. You can apply directly with BPCE in France or Microbank in Spain. The decision to award a loan depends on the bank concerned.
Eligibility depends on factors such as where you live, your course, where you are studying, and whether you've studied a higher education course before. If you've already received an Erasmus grant during your first degree you can still apply for an Erasmus+ Master Loan.
Visit the Erasmus website for more information on the Erasmus + Master loan scheme
Other sources of funding to study at NTU
There are a few other scholarships and sources of funding available for international students planning to study in the UK, Chevening scholarships for example.
You can also get advice and information on the UK Council for International Student Affairs (UKCISA) website.
DIKTI Scholarships and NTU Indonesia-UK
These scholarships are open to lecturers at Indonesian universities and administrative staff at DIKTI and Indonesian state universities. All academic subjects are eligible for funding under the DIKTI programme.
Please contact us to tell us that you are a DIKTI scholar when you make your application for a PhD or Masters course at NTU. If your application is successful, you can then apply for the DIKTI funding.
Find out more about Indonesia-UK DIKTI Scholarships
Global Study Awards
Awards available to study in the UK through the ISIC Association, StudyPortals and British Council IELTS partnership.
Visit the StudyPortals website for more information on Global Study Awards
We take part in the Commonwealth Shared Scholarship scheme every year.
This is a scholarship scheme organised and administered by the Commonwealth Scholarship Commission (CSC).
Scholarships are for Masters study only and are fully-funded (including tuition fee, monthly stipend including accommodation, living and travel expenses).
To be eligible to apply, you must:
- be a Commonwealth citizen, refugee, or British protected person
- be permanently resident in a developing Commonwealth country
- be available to start your academic studies in the UK by the start of the UK academic year in September/ October 2018
- have a first (Bachelors) degree which meets our requirements
- not have studied or worked for one (academic) year or more in a developed country
- be unable, either yourself or through family, to pay to study in the UK
To apply, you must use the CSC Electronic Application System (EAS) .
Deadline for applying is 23.59 (BST) 17 April 2018.
NTU courses which are part of this scheme are listed below:
- MSc IT Security
- MSc Structural Engineering with Materials
- MA Public Health
- MSc Civil Engineering
- MSc/MRes Global Food Security and Development
- LLM Health Law and Ethics
Please visit the Commonwealth Scholarships website for more information on the Commonwealth Shared Scholarships.
Chevening is the UK government’s global leadership programme, offering fully-funded scholarships and fellowships for future leaders and influencers to study in the UK.
We welcome applicants through this scheme every year.
If successful, you'll live and study in the UK, during which time you'll develop professionally and academically, network extensively, experience UK culture and build lasting positive relationships.
Find out more, including information on how to apply for Chevening scholarships.