The UK is one of the top study destinations for students from EU countries.
With most undergraduate programmes taking three rather than four years, and most postgraduate programmes taking just one year, studying in the UK can provide a fast track to your chosen qualification.
Improve your English
Improving your English can vastly enhance your employability. Whatever subject you're interested in, we'll give you all the support you need. We offer a course to support your academic English and study skills, as well as helping you to adapt to life and culture in the UK. Our English Language Courses include:
Free English language support
We also offer a free language support class to support your studies and improve your academic English Language Skills. You will also learn about adapting to life at a British University and learn some cultural tips about living in the UK.
It is available for all levels of study with classes running on a Saturday, so you can fit it around your study timetable. Find out more by visiting our English Language and Study Skills page.
Study postgraduate course in one year
One of the advantages of study at Leeds Beckett is that most of our postgraduate taught programmes take just one year to complete, saving you money on tuition fees and living costs. You can search our range of postgraduate programmes by using our online prospectus. Alternatively, if you're interested in a Masters of Research or a PhD programme, please visit our research pages.
International Masters programme
Our combined academic English and Masters course is designed for non-native speakers of English, including applicants from the European Union. In year one, in addition to English, you will also study modules in the faculty of your chosen Masters. In year two, you will study the Masters course of your choice. For the full range of programmes available please the International Masters course page.
EU Students FAQs
For most of our courses you will not be required to attend an interview. However, some of our courses do require an interview as part of the entry requirements. These include course such as Art, Design, Performance, Music and Teaching. You can find out which courses require interviews in the Entry Requirements section on a course page section in our Online Prospectus.
As an EU student you will pay the same amount as a UK student for your course tuition fees. If you want to study an undergraduate degree the cost of tuition fees is £9,250 per year. If you want to apply for a postgraduate course the cost could range from £4,600 - £7,000, depending on the course you want to study. If you want to find out the cost of the course you are interested in studying, visit the course page in our Online Prospectus and go to the section Fees & Funding - UK/EU 2017/18.
We normally ask for an IELTS certificate to evidence your English language abilities. Our courses range from IELTS 5.5 to 7.0, but courses differ so do check the IELTS in the course Entry Requirements section on our Online Prospectus. As well as IELTS, we also accept Pearsons English test and TOEFL. If you have any questions about English language requirements, contact our Admissions team on 00 113 812 3113 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
As an EU student interested in studying an undergraduate course, you will be able to apply for a tuition fee loan to cover the cost of your course fees. If you have any questions then contact our Money Advice team. We also offer loans for a number of our postgraduate courses. You can find out more about postgraduate loans and which courses these apply to by visiting our postgraduate study page.