As the UK has now formally left the EU, students from the EU, EEA and Switzerland who start their programme of study in 2021 or later will no longer be eligible for the UK (Home) fee status and will pay fees at the Overseas rate.
The tuition fees payable by EU students who have accepted a place on a programme as a UK(Home)/EU student prior to the date upon which the UK’s withdrawal from the European Union becomes effective will remain the same for the duration of the relevant student’s enrolment on the specific programme (subject to any annual increase in accordance with the applicable terms and conditions and the UCL fees schedule). UK/EU undergraduate fees are capped at £9,250 for students commencing their studies in academic years 2017 to 2020 and UCL charges fees at the level of that cap. For more information please see the UK/EU students' fees page.
Please see the EU students’ fees page for more information regarding fees and the UK's withdrawal from the EU.
For the Dual Degree, fees are paid to Sciences Po for the first two years of the programme and to UCL for the last two years.
Students whose tax residence is in the European Union pay fees whilst at Sciences Po according to a sliding scale depending on total declared income and the size of the household. For further information on tuition fees at Sciences Po see Sciences Po Tuition Fees. For further information on Sciences Po grants and scholarships see Finance Your Studies at Sciences Po.
For information about Fees and Funding at UCL including Scholarships please see Fees and Funding.