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Message from InterParents: Citizens’ Rights – UK nationals in the EU Policy Paper Published

Dear Parents,

As discussed here is the link to the UK Government announcement. In summary, the section on education provides that UK nationals living in the EEA or Switzerland, who wish to study in the UK, will be eligible for home fee status and student support from Student Finance England, along with access to Further Education 19+ funding for courses and apprenticeships. This is available in England starting up to seven years from exit day in the event of a no deal or the end of the Implementation Period in the event of a deal. These undertakings apply to relevant family members, for example, children holding UK nationality born in the EEA or Switzerland to those UK nationals who have moved there from England.

Best wishes,

Interparents

About InterParents

The European School Parents’ Association is a member of the umbrella Parents’ Association, InterParents.

  • the umbrella association for the Parent Associations of the European Schools
  • the ‘voice of parents’ on all aspects of governance of the European School System
  • the officially recognised representative of parents of all pupils in the European Schools in the Board of Governors – BoG (Conseil Superieur – CS) of the European Schools, in its subsidiary committees and its preparatory working groups
  • an organisation powered by volunteers who are nominated by their local associations

Read more about InterParents and the complete history of recent communications released by InterParents here.

Nicole GottholdMessage from InterParents: Citizens’ Rights – UK nationals in the EU Policy Paper Published