No decision has been made about whether to charge EU students more to study at English universities after Brexit, the government has insisted.

They currently pay the same as those from the UK, but it has been reported fees could rise from 2021.

Labour’s Angela Rayner accused the government of “building walls” between top British universities and the EU.

Lib Dem Tom Brake warned the EU would likely reciprocate, meaning only the richest from the UK could study abroad.

Buzzfeed reported on Saturday that Education Secretary Damian Hinds is proposing to remove so-callled “home fee status” and financial support from EU citizens as of the start of the academic year in 2021.

Tuition fees for international students vary, with undergraduates paying between £10,000 and £38,000 per year.

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