Students from outside the UK

#COMINGTOHARTPURY2019

If you’re joining us from outside the UK, you’ll be supported every step of the way by our dedicated International team.  

We'll help you during your application and be your point of contact for all pre-enrolment guidance - including getting your student visa and preparing to study in the UK. We'll pick you up from the airport and give you a warm welcome to Hartpury. In addition to other welcome events, you'll be invited to attend a special Vice-Chancellor and Principal's welcome event when you arrive. This is a fun event, where you'll get to know current and new international students and start to feel settled. From tips on how to open a bank account to registering with the local doctor, our international team will support you throughout your studies.

You should already be in contact with them, but if not, please do get in touch by emailing international@hartpury.ac.uk

Join our International Society
It's run by students, for students. Get involved in fun activities that will help you adjust to living in a new country. Hartpury will start to feel like home in no time.

You're all set to join students from over 45 countries who are part of our diverse #HartpuryFamily. Read more on our international web pages.

Important information for EU students

If you're joining us from within the EU, we understand that the current situation with the UK and Brexit might feel unsettling. We want to reassure you, so that you focus on getting excited about coming to Hartpury in September.

UK governments have confirmed that, as an EU student beginning your degree in the 2019-20 academic year, you’ll be eligible for home student fees and financial support and nothing will change throughout your full degree.

We've added more information to the international section of our website. Read more about being an EU student and the impact of Brexit here. We'll post more information as it emerges from the government.

Some handy resources

As an EU student, your official guidance for Brexit, fees and funding is Gov.uk.

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