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EU Transition Fee Discount

We are pleased to announce that for May 2024, September 2024 and January 2025 entry, eligible EU applicants can pay £9,250 towards their tuition fees. 


  • To be eligible for the discount you must be a new undergraduate student holding an offer for  May 2024, September 2024 or January 2025.
  • You must be an EU, EEA or Swiss national and have been resident in the EU, EEA or Switzerland for a minimum of 3 years to be eligible for this scholarship.
  • The discount is available for full time, on campus courses only.
  • You will be asked to complete a fee assessment form as part of your application to verify your residency.
  • The award is not available for students who have already begun their studies at ICP or University of Portsmouth.
  • The discount cannot be combined with any other ICP discount, scholarship, bursary or fee offer.
  • If you have already met the conditions to be classed as a UK student for fee paying purposes, you won’t be eligible for this discount. You’ll pay the same fees as a UK student

How to Apply

The tuition fee discount will be applied automatically to your offer provided you meet the eligibility criteria outlined above. If you are a recipient of an educational loan from your government, please send the appropriate documentation as part of your admissions process.

Tuition Fees and Deposits

If you are eligible for the discount, the University of Portsmouth will match the fees for the full duration of your studies.


If you already meet the conditions to be classed as a UK student for tuition fees, you won’t receive this scholarship. Current information suggests if you are an an EU, EEA or Swiss national and have been granted ‘settled’ status under the EU Settlement Scheme, you’ll generally be eligible for home fee status, tuition fee and maintenance support if you have been ordinarily resident in the UK and Islands for at least 3 years.

For more details on eligibility and what support is available visit the Studying in the UK: guidance for EU students pages on the website.

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