In light of the end of the Brexit transition period, we wish to clarify King’s approach to assessing fee status for students who enrolled at King's in 2020-21 or before. This may also include the relevant family members of these groups. 
Important to know: This article only clarifies King’s approach to assessing fee status. If you have any questions or concerns around government funding from Student Finance England, please contact Student Finance England directly
This article has been written in accordance with government guidelines and regulations and helps to clarify some of the queries our EU/EEA/Swiss community have regarding fee status for those who enrolled at King's in the 2020-21 academic year (or before) . We will continue to revise this guidance in line with government guidelines. 
We can confirm that EU/EEA/Swiss students who were assessed as meeting “home” fee status eligibility on entry  to their programme in the 2020/21 academic year (or before), and who have completed the enrolment process at King’s (therefore registered for study) will not have their fees reassessed for the duration of their course.  
The following information below is relevant for students who have enrolled in 2020-21(or before) We've also made the information available in an official download/printable document: Post-Brexit Fee Status pdf.

Read the guidance below which best describes your individual circumstances.



Will my fees be reassessed if I interrupt?



Will my fees be reassessed if I transfer? 



Will my fees be reassessed if I begin a new programme at Kings? 



Will my fees be reassessed if I intercalate at King’s? 



Will my fees be reassessed if I intercalate at another institution?  



    Will my fee status be reassessed if I choose to defer my studies?