Holders of EU passports who are not ordinarily residents* of the EU are subject to overseas (i.e. non-EU) tuition fees. A student who meets any of the following conditions may request to be assessed for EU Tuition Fees.
*Ordinarily resident means being resident in the EU/EEA/Swiss Confederation for a minimum of 183 days in any one calendar year for a minimum of 3 of the last 5 years.
(a) For all applicants aged under 23 on September 1st of the year of entry to a program:
(b) For all applicants aged 23 or over on September 1st of the year of entry to a program:
(c) Students educated for 5 years in primary or secondary school in the EU/EEA/Swiss Confederation can be assessed for EU fees
A student who is eligible for EU fees must apply via the Central Applications Office.
Note: Any period of residence as a student or a holder of a student visa will not be included in the assessment of years of residence.
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