Students from all countries of the European Union come to study at Goldsmiths. Approximately 10% of our students are from other EU countries. Along with a large number of students from outside of the EU you will be part of a lively and cosmopolitan international community.
On 28 May 2019, the UK Department for Education (DfE) announced that EU students enrolling at English institutions in the 2019/20 and 2020/21 academic years will continue to be charged at the same rate as UK/home students. The fee level will be fixed for the duration of the programme.
The Duke of Edinburgh Award (DofE) also gave assurances that financial support will continue to be available for both undergraduate and postgraduate EU students starting in 2020/21. This financial support is extended for the duration of the programme, regardless of whether or not a deal for leaving the EU is in place and even in the event of a no-deal Brexit.
Read our guidance on the EU referendum and what it means for students.
Undergraduate study options
Goldsmiths offers a wide range of full-time undergraduate programmes.
EU applications for full-time courses should be made through the Universities Central Application System (UCAS). Applications need to be submitted by 15 January of the year you wish to begin your course.
Postgraduate study options
Applications for the majority of our postgraduate programmes are made directly to Goldsmiths. See how to apply for details of our application process. Exceptions to this rule include Social Work and PGCE applications, which should be made via the UCAS.
Fees and funding
Fees for students from European Union countries are being fixed at the same rate as fees for UK students until 2019-2020. The fee level will be fixed for the duration of their programme. Funding for EU students studying at English institutions has also been confirmed that it will continue to be available through 2019-2020, inclusive of the duration of their programme of study.
New funding is available students through the Erasmus+ Loan Scheme. Students can receive up to €12,000 for a 1-year Master's degree.
Further fee information for EU students applying for undergraduate study is available from the Department for Education and Skills.
Studying at Goldsmiths may be the first time you've lived in another country or away from home. There are over 1,400 rooms in our halls of residence all of which are within easy walking distance of the College.
Each year Goldsmiths staff attend recruitment events in EU & EEA countries, giving you an opportunity to meet us and ask any questions you may have about studying in the UK.
See our calendar of events to find out more.
Our entry requirements vary from course to course. For a rough guide to the European qualifications that we accept, please select a country from the list below.