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EU students will no longer be eligible for the Cambridge Bursary Scheme unless they have settled or pre-settled status and are eligible for support from Student Finance England (or regional equivalent, SFNI, SFW or SAAS).

EU students with settled status (plus three years' residency in the UK) will be entitled to tuition fee loans and means tested maintenance loans through their regional student finance body and will be eligible for the Cambridge Bursary.

EU students with pre-settled status (plus three years' residency in the UK) will be entitled to tuition fee loans through their regional student finance body and will be eligible for the Cambridge Bursary.

Continuing students who started their course before 31st December 2020 will continue to be eligible for the Cambridge Bursary Scheme for the duration of their course but will need to apply for settled status in order to retain their right to live in the UK.

Students from the Republic of Ireland (who have been ordinarily resident in ROI or the UK for three years prior to starting their course) are eligible for tuition fee loans from the UK Goverment (they continue under the same process that has previously existed for EU students).  You will be guided to complete a (paper form) EU21N form via the UK Government's student funding application website.

If you have any queries about your residency status or entitlement to student support you should contact the Home Office or your regional student funding body to check your entitlement and status.

EU students without settled or pre-settled status who are looking for funding to study at Cambridge should contact the Cambridge Trust.