We are incredibly sad to see and hear what’s going on in Ukraine. We are all united in our support for the students and teachers there and hope you are able to stay safe.
Posted Wed 30 March 2022 - 13:54

    If you're an applicant from Ukraine, we wrote to you recently outlining the support we have on our website for international students and what to do after you've applied.

    Our Customer Experience Centre is ready to support you in this incredibly tough time via phone and social media. And we'll continue to send you updates on any changes to the application process as further information becomes available. 

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    Update May 2022:

    The Department for Education has said it will provide additional hardship funding to help universities support students affected by the war in Ukraine.

    The Office for Students will distribute £4 million to higher education providers in England to help Ukrainian nationals and Ukrainian-domiciled students .

    Ministers have also announced that Ukrainian students studying in the UK who are granted leave under the Ukraine Family Scheme, the Homes for Ukraine Sponsorship Scheme or the Ukraine Extension Scheme will be eligible for home fee status, if they also meet specific residency criteria, meaning they pay the same tuition fees as domestic students rather than the more expensive international student fees. 

    For more information please visit the UK Council for International Affairs:

    Click the flag to find out all you need to know about applying to higher education in the UK  

    University and college policies relating to students from Ukraine


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