The fees charged for study at the University of Exeter fall broadly into three categories:
Will I pay the ‘Home/EU’ or ‘International’ fee?
Only certain categories of students will be charged the ‘Home/EU’ fee. Generally they are:
- people who have permanent residence in the UK and have been resident in the UK for three years
- European Economic Area (EEA) migrant workers and their families in the UK who have lived in the EEA for three years
- EU nationals and their children who have lived in the EEA for three years
- refugees (recognised by the UK government) and their families
Further information can be found on our student finance pages
Please note that the University is unable to undertake fee assessments prior to an application for a place to study being made. If you are unsure which fee category is applicable to you after making an application you may wish to contact us so we can send you a Fee Status Questionnaire to determine your fee status.
Please also note that if you have received an offer and you think your fee status is incorrect you have 28 days, from the date of your offer, to query your status. To query you fee status within the 28 day period please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org stating your full name, Exeter Reference number (or UCAS personal ID), programme for which you have been made an offer and providing details of why you think the fee classification is incorrect.