If you are considering coming to the UvA to study or work, you may be wondering how Brexit will affect your plans.
Last updated: 11 January 2021
Please note: The information on this page does not apply to you if you were registered in the Netherlands' personal records database (BRP) before 1 January 2021.
From 2021, if you want to come and work at the UvA you will be treated as a third-country national. The same conditions apply as those for persons from other non-member states (such as American citizens who wish to stay and work at the UvA). The UvA needs a permit (werkvergunning) to employ you.
At the moment, we expect that new UK students will be subject to the regulations for non-EU/EEA countries, which would mean the following:
If you were registered in the BRP before 1 January 2021, you pay the statutory tuition fee (if you have never previously obtained a similar degree from a Dutch institute of higher education).
If you were NOT registered in the BRP before 1 January 2021, you play the institutional tuition fee.
View UvA tuition fees.
Important: The impact of the Trade and Cooperation Agreement signed on 24 December 2020 is still being analysed. The information on this page will be updated in the coming weeks.