Will I need to apply for settlement status?
Under domestic Common Travel Area (CTA) arrangements Irish Citizens will continue to have the right to enter and live in the UK and will not need to apply for settlement status.
Will postgraduate fees increase for ROI students?
No. Students from the Republic of Ireland will have guaranteed ‘home fee’ status when studying at Queen’s University Belfast. Postgraduate Taught fees will remain at £6,450 (€7,300). Fees may differ for premium postgraduate courses. Prospective students should refer to qub.ac.uk/courses course costs and tuition fees.
Can I still apply for a Tuition Fee loan?
Yes. As a Student from the Republic of Ireland you can apply for a Student Universal Support Ireland (SUSI) loan of up to €6270 for Postgraduate Study in Northern Ireland. See more details about postgraduate loans.
I am a Republic Of Ireland driving licence holder, am I required to hold a green card to drive between ROI and NI?
If you are a Republic of Ireland driving licence holder a green card is not required for travel in the UK, including Northern Ireland, if you have a valid Irish Insurance disc.
If you are a UK driving licence holder and plan to drive your vechice to the Republic of Irland you will need to obtain a Green Card to prove that you are insured. The Green Card can be obtained by contacting your insurance provider.