This web page is only an introduction and does not cover all the issues. For more detailed information, download the full fact sheet at the side and bottom of this page. This fact sheet and webpage are correct as of 31st August 2019.
This page provides some information on access to further education (FE) in England for children and young people with immigration issues. This includes education at college, school sixth forms, centres of adult education, and some information on apprenticeships. For information on school education click here, and for higher education (HE) click here. This fact sheet does not cover provision in Scotland, Wales or Northern Ireland; for resources relating to the devolved nations, see UKCISA.
What is further education?
How can immigration status effect access to further education?
Is further education funding 'public funds'?
How can I get funding for my further education course?
What about if my leave to remain is due to expire in the middle of my course?
EEA Students and Brexit
Access to further education is an extremely complicated topic, and we would advise that you download the full fact sheet below for more detailed information.
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