Forms and guides for EU students (2014/2015)
If you are a student from another EU country studying in Northern Ireland in 2014/2015, you apply for finance by completing the relevant application form. You can find information on the forms below.
If you are an EU student applying for a Tuition Fee Loan for a full-time course starting in 2014/2015 you should complete this application form.
Forms for academic year 2014/2015 will be available soon.
Continuing full-time EU students (course started in 2006/2007 or after)
If you are a continuing EU student who started a full-time course in 2006/2007 or after, you should automatically receive an application form in the post.
Continuing full-time students (course started in 2005/2006 or before)
If you are a continuing EU student who started a full-time course in 2005/2006 or before or you were a gap year student in 2006/2007, you should automatically receive an EUPR1 application form in the post. If you do not receive a form in the post you should contact the European Team.
Change of circumstances
If your course, income or family circumstances change you can tell the Student Finance Services European Team using the EUCO1 form.
- EUCO1 Notification of change of circumstances for EU students on full-time courses - Academic Year 2013/2014 (PDF 499 KB)
- Help with PDF files
Tuition fee loan request form
Students who have already applied for finance and want to amend the amount of tuition fee they have requested should complete a tuition fee loan request form.
Part-time EU students
Part-time EU students: Tuition Fee Grant application form and notes:
- Application for tuition fee grant part-time study 2013-14 form EUPTG1 (PDF 411KB)
- Notes to help you complete form EUPTG1 2013 14 (PDF 112KB)
- Help with PDF files
Evidence of income
If you are applying for financial help that's based on your income you will need to send in evidence of your income. The documents you need to send vary between different EU countries.
More useful links
- Get facts and figures on universities, colleges and courses
- Living in Northern Ireland (government, citizens and rights section)
- Student housing
- Finding somewhere to live
- Childcare (parents theme)
- Self awareness
- Repaying student loans (courses starting from 1998)
- Repaying student loans (courses starting before 1998)