Government pressed on future of free tuition for EU students
Holyrood ministers are being urged to give European citizens who plan to study at a Scottish university next year a guarantee that they can still benefit from free tuition.
University leaders, staff and students have united to call on the Scottish Government to provide “certainty” to those planning to start a course in the 2017-18 academic year.
Students who come to Scotland from another European Union country to study do not currently have to pay tuition fees, but it is uncertain how the UK’s vote to leave the bloc will impact on this.
The Scottish Government has already guaranteed... read more
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