EU uni applicants fall as policy changes
It was "inevitable" that changing student finance policies would affect Welsh universities' ability to recruit EU students, a Welsh minister has said.
Welsh universities saw the biggest drop in the UK in the numbers of EU applicants between 2017 and 2018.
Official figures also show Welsh universities had the biggest fall in applications from outside the EU.
Education Secretary Kirsty Williams said scrapping tuition fee grants moved "towards a sustainable way of funding".
There was a 7% drop in non-EU applicants and a decrease of 10% in applicants from the EU.Read Full Article