London universities commit to EU students’ future

26th July 2016

A group of London universities has pledged its commitment to the future of EU students who choose to study at them, saying that their fees will remain the same for EU students as they are for UK students, despite the UK’s recent vote to leave the EU.

Goldsmiths College, School of Oriental and African Studies and Queen Mary University of London had all committed to ensuring that EU student fees mirror those paid by UK students until 2019, offering reassurance to the diverse community studying in London.

The news means that London’s students can relax and enjoy their time at uni without having to worry about sudden fee increases as a result of the UK’s ‘Brexit’ decision.

One of the best ways to enjoy university life to the max in London is to make sure you have well located, comfortable accommodation. Charles Morton Court, for example, offers London student accommodation just a short walk from Canonbury Station, which is ideal for students looking to get the most out of their time in the city. The tastefully furnished en-suite rooms and studios are perfectly located both for access to the attractions of central London and for several of the capital’s universities, including City University London, Central Saint Martins and London Metropolitan University.

Charles Morton Court provides secure, electronic entry for every resident, giving peace of mind in one of the world’s busiest cities. Residents can also benefit from secure bicycle storage, an on-site laundry and a spacious common room where they can relax and enjoy each other’s company after a hard day of studying.

London is one of the world’s most exciting cities to study in and having the right London student accommodation can make all the difference to the experience, so book today before Charles Morton Court sells out!

Email cmc@collegiate-ac.com or call 02089 125 909 for further details.
 

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