Updated : 09/06/2017
For the time being, the United Kingdom remains a full member of the EU and rights and obligations continue to fully apply in and to the UK:
As an EU citizen, you are entitled to study at any EU university under the same conditions as nationals. However, conditions of entry vary significantly between individual countries and universities.
Regardless of the other entry conditions, you may not be refused access to training or education in another EU country on grounds of your nationality.
Special rules apply to fees and grants.
Knowledge of the home country language may be required, so in some EU countries you may be asked to take a language test.
You should find out about the higher education system in the country where you wish to study before you leave home.
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Battista from Italy wanted to study in the United Kingdom. Because he didn't know about the centralised university application system there (UCAS), he missed the deadline for applications and had to wait until the following academic year.
That meant he had an unplanned gap year, instead of going straight to university after finishing school.